William Bayliss was born in 1980 in England and is an alumni of the prestigious London University, having studied science there.
He continued his education at the Wadham College in Oxford where he began his work in the field of physiology.
William Bayliss worked extensively in the fields of physical chemistry and biochemistry in addition to his primary interest in physiology.
His biggest collaborator was Ernest Starling and their association began at University College, London itself.
William Bayliss worked towards creating an enhanced instrument to measure blood pressure while working as the General Physiology Professor at University College, London.
Sir William displayed the working of hormones after having determined the actions of secretic when contacted with the pancreas.
He and Earnest Starling first coined “Hormone” as a word and it was used to give meaning to some precise chemicals.
He did some study of wound shock during the First World War and helped save many soldiers by giving the right medical recommendations.
William Bayliss published in 1915 “The Principles of General Physiology” and this was widely regarded as a groundbreaking text.
Sir William became a knight in 1922 and he died in the year 1924 in London.
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