|Birth Day||November 23, 1898|
|Birth Place||Springfield, MA|
|Age||121 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jan 14, 1980 (age 81)|
Developer of one of the first widely-used antibiotics, Nystatin, which she created with
She and Hazen were colleagues at the New York Department of Health, but stationed in different cities, when they combined their knowledge to find an anti-fungal antibiotics.
Her invention not only helped cure many disabling diseases, but was also used to help rescue water-logged works of art from mold growth and for keeping trees free from pests.
She was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, her father George Hamilton Brown was a real estate and insurance agent.
Anna Fisher was another prominent female scientist - she flew aboard STS-51-A, as one of the first women to go into space.