Percival Bailey

Percival Bailey

Fellow: Awarded 1925
Field of Study: Neuroscience

Competition: US & Canada

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Harvard Medical School

As published in the Foundation’s Annual Report for 1925-26:

Bailey, Percival: Appointed to carry on researches in experimental epilepsy, tension of the cerebro-spinal fluid and notably the mental symptoms of epidemic encephalitis in the chronic stage, principally at the clinic and laboratory of Professor Henri Claude at the Hospice Ste. Anne, Paris, France; tenure, twelve months from August 15, 1925.

Born May 9, 1892, at Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Education: Southern Illinois Normal University, 1908-12; University of Chicago, S.B., 1914; Northwestern University Medical School, 1915-17, M.D., 1918; University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1918.

Assistant in Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1914-15; Assistant in Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical School, 1915-17; Associate in Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1917-18; Surgeon House Officer, Mercy Hospital, Chicago, 1918-19; Assistant Resident Surgeon, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1919; Resident Physician, Neurological Service, Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 1920; Resident Physician, Psychopathic Hospital, Chicago, 1920; Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellow, Harvard Medical School and Associate in Surgery, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1920-21; Fellow, American Field Service in France, and Foreign Assistant at the Salpêtrière, Service of Professor Pierre Marie, 1921-22; Associate in Surgery, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Instructor in Surgery and Director of the Laboratory of Surgical Research, Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1922—.

Publications: “Tumors of the Glioma Group,” 1926; articles in The Journal of Medical Research, Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry Journal of Comparative Neurology, and other Journals.


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