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 DR. YELLAPRAGADA SUBBAROW
   
Jan. 12, 1895 : Born in Bhimavaram, W. Godavari, Andhra Pradesh, India
1908 : Aborted attempt to run away to Varanasi
January  1913 : Father Jagannadham Dies
   : Joins Madras Presidency College
1915 : Enters Madras Medical College
May 10,  1919 :  Marries Seshagiri.
 1921 :  Gets LMS Certificate
July        1921 :  Brother Purushottam dies of Tropical Sprue
1921 : Lecturer in Anatomy and Physiology at Madras  Ayurvedic College
Sep. 27, 1923 : Leaves Bombay for USA via London
Oct. 26, 1923 : Arrives in Boston to enter the Harvard School of Tropical Medicine 
Apr. 12,  1924 : Son is born
Jun. 12,  1924 : Diploma in Tropical Medicine
   : Enters Harvard Medical School for  Ph.D. in Biochemistry
Dec. 24, 1924 : Son dies of Erysipelas
Dec.      1925 : Fiske-SubbaRow Method published in Journal of Biological  Chemistry
April      1927 :  Phosphocreatine unveiled before the Society of Biological Chemists at Rochester, N.Y.
Aug.      1929 :  ATP presented at the 13th International Physiological Congress
Jun. 19,  1930  : Harvard Ph.D.
  :Teaching Fellow, HMS
April       1934 : Vilma Prochownick joins SubbaRow's laboratory
Jun. 19,  1935  : Renounces credit for Phosphocreatine, ATP
Sep.  1,  1936 : Instructor
Sep.       1937 : Vilma leaves Subbarow's laboratory to enter Colorado Sanatorium
October  1938  : Associate
May       1940  :  Leaves HMS
  : Associate Director of Research, Lederle  Laboratories, Pearl River
Sep. 9,  1941 : Florey & Heatley visit Pearl River to get SubbaRow's  Penicillin
Jan. 24 ,1942  : Gramicidin produced as first-ever antibiotic at SubbaRow's laboratory; is cleared for first-aid dressings.
Oct,  1, 1942  : Director of Research
Aug. 31,1945 : Folic Acid synthesis announced in Science
Oct. 17,1947  : Hetrazan unveiled
April     1948  : Aminopterin's success in leukaemia announced
Jul. 21, 1948 : Aureomycin presented to the New York Academy of   Sciences
Aug.8/9,1948  :  Dies in sleep at Pearl River, NY, USA.
 
 
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