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Professor Barry Marshall is a medical pioneer whose work transcends all boundaries. In 2005 Barry J. Marshall and J. Robin Warren were awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in recognition of their 1982 discovery that a bacterium, Helicobacter pylori, causes one of the most common and important diseases of mankind, peptic ulcer disease. Barry Marshall met Robin Warren, a pathologist interested in gastritis, during internal medicine fellowship training at Royal Perth Hospital in 1981. Together, the pair studied the presence of spiral bacteria in association with gastritis. The following year (1982), Helicobacter pylori was cultured for the first time and they developed their hypothesis related to the bacterial cause of peptic ulcer and gastric cancer. In 1984, while at Fremantle Hospital, Marshall fulfilled Koch's postulates for H.pylori and gastritis in a well-publicised self-administration experiment, in which he drank a culture of H.pylori. Persevering despite widespread skepticism, Marshall also came up with combinations of drugs that killed the H.pylori bacteria and eliminated ulcers permanently. The hypothesis that H.pylori is a causative factor of stomach cancer was accepted in 1994 by the World Health Organisation. This work has now been acknowledged as the most significant discovery in the history of gastroenterology and is compared to the development of the polio vaccine and the eradication of smallpox. Affecting 50% of the global population, H.pylori is recognized as the most common chronic infection in the world. "Like a trail of crumbs, the DNA of our Helicobacter pylori can show where we were born and where our ancestors traveled from over the past 60,000 years" says Marshall. In 2008 Professor Marshall was elected into the prestigious US National Academy of Science, an institution that was established in 1863 by President Abraham Lincoln. This recognition further establishes Barry's international scientific credentials. Barry was born in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia in 1951 and attended Marist Brothers College in Perth from 1960-68. He completed his undergraduate medical degree at The University of Western Australia in 1974. Barry Marshall is married with four children and four grandchildren and lives in Subiaco, Western Australia. Current Appointments:
- Elected Member of US National Academy of Sciences
- Senior Principal Research Fellow at the UWA School of Biomedical, Biomolecular and Chemical Sciences
- Consultant Gastroenterologist (Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital)
- Clinical Professor of Medicine (University of Western Australia)
- co-Director of the Marshall Centre for Infectious Diseases Research & Training
- Founder and Director of ONDEK, a biotechnology company
- Founder and Director of TRI-MED a diagnostics company
- "Ambassador for Life Sciences for Western Australia" - a State appointment.
- Patron of the Monash Centre for Synchrotron Science
- Francis R & Helen M. Pentz Professor of Science at Penn State University, USA
- Warren Alpert Prize with Dr Warren 1995
- The John Scott Award, City Of Philadelphia 1995
- The Gairdner Award, Toronto Canada 1996
- The Albert Lasker Award 1995
- The Paul Ehrlich Prize with Dr Warren 1997
- The Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Medicine 1998
- The Florey Medal, Australia 1998
- Member of the Royal Society, UK 1999
- Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science 1999
- Benjamin Franklin Medal for Life Science 1999
- Prince Mahidol Award for Public Health 2001
- The Keio Medical Science Prize 2002
- Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine 2005
- Western Australian Citizen of the Year 2006
- Western Australian of the Year 2007
- The Companion in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AC) in 2007.
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Barry Marshallis an Australian physician,Nobel Prize laureate in Physiology or Medicine, and Professor of Clinical Microbiology at theUniversity of Western Australia.Marshall …is well-known for proving that the bacterium Helicobacter pylori is the cause of most peptic ulcers, reversing decades of medical doctrine which held that ulcers were caused by stress, spicy foods, and too much acid. Nobel laureates, Professor Barry Marshall and Emeritus Professor Robin Warren identified the bacterium responsible for peptic ulcers. Now, crippling stomach ache and invasive surgery can be avoided by taking a simple course of antibiotics.
Barry Marshall is famous for drinking this really bad bacteria as well known as 'the potion' which made him really sick then he took some tablets which cured him. He had prove…n to the world that he was wright/it worked. Know he is known as 'the man'. also 'hero by science'
Barry Marshall is 59 years old (birthdate: September 30, 1951).
Barry Marshall was born on September 30, 1951.
Himself. He drank a solution of the H. pylori bacteria and gave himself gastritis.
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I will tell you robin warrens but I'm not to sure about Barry Marshall, robin warren was a pathologist, physician and scientist interested in all areas of medicine.
Barry is a town and community in the Vale of Glamorgan in Wales. Located along the northern coast of the Bristol Channel less than 7 miles south-southwest of Cardiff
The address of the Marshall is: 201 C Street, Marshall, 56258 6001
The phone number of the Marshall is: 507-537-7003.
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The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2005 was awarded jointly to Barry J. Marshall and J. Robin Warren for their discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori and its ro…le in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease
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Barry J. Marshall won The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2005.