Edward Lowbury

Edward Joseph Lister Lowbury (December 121913-July 102007) was an English physician, bacteriologist and pathologist, and also a published poet, who wrote criticism and biography. [ [http://library.med.nyu.edu/library/eresources/featuredcollections/bryant/bioshm.html Author Bios - Bryant Collection ] ]

Professionally, he worked as head of a burns research unit for the Medical Research Council, writing an important text on hospital infections. [ [http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/story/0,,2191194,00.html Obituary: Edward Lowbury | From the Guardian | The Guardian ] ]

Works

*"The Control of Hospital Infection" (1975)
*"Selected and New Poems 1935-1989" (1990)
*"To Shirk No Idleness" (1997) with Alison Young his wife, biography of Andrew Young, his father-in-law

Notes

External links

* [http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/article2779401.ece Obituary from "The Independent", 18 July 2007]


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