Frederick Banting was bornon November 14, 1891 in Alliston, Canada. Nobel Prize-winning physician who co-discovered insulin, the hormone that helps keep diabetics alive.
Frederick Banting is a member of Doctor
Net worth: Under Review
Some Frederick Banting images
Nobel Prize-winning physician who co-discovered insulin, the hormone that helps keep diabetics alive.
He got extensive surgical experience with the army in WWI.
Despite having little training in research, he managed to persuade a Toronto scientist to lend him a lab for eight weeks for his research.
He was the youngest of five children born to farmers william Thompson Banting and Margaret Grant.
Charles Best partnered with Banting in the pioneering research on insulin.