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Graham Ayliffe was born on 2 March, 1926 in Hambrook, Gloucestershire, UK. Discover Graham Ayliffe’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 97 years old?

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Age 97 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 2 March 1926
Birthday 2 March
Birthplace Hambrook, Gloucestershire, UK
Nationality United Kingdom

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Graham Arthur John Ayliffe (2 March 1926 – 22 May 2017) was a British medical microbiologist and Emeritus Professor in Medical Microbiology, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. He was instrumental in founding the International Federation for Infection Control (IFIC) in association with the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1987. He was elected Chair in 1990. He was also a founder member of the Hospital Infection Society (now Healthcare Infection Society) and editor of its journal (1980–84), a former Chair (1980–84) and President (1988–94). The Graham Ayliffe Training Fellowship was established in 2013.

Ayliffe married Janet Lloyd in 1963 and they had two children. He was the Honorary President of Birmingham Fencing Club up to his death on 22 May 2017 at the age of 91.


The team at Birmingham (Ayliffe, J. R. Babb, A. H. Quoraishi) developed the six step hand-washing technique (known as the Ayliffe Technique). The technique was soon adopted by hospitals throughout the UK and was endorsed by the World Health Organization in 2009.


He was appointed Director of the HIRL in 1980 following Lowbury’s retirement and he was appointed professor of Medical Microbiology at the University of Birmingham in 1981 where he developed a practical course for medical students. His research interests included the control of MRSA, biological safety and endoscope decontamination.


In 1964 he joined the team at the Hospital Infection Research Laboratory (HIRL) in what is now known as City Hospital, Birmingham led by Professor Edward Lowbury. The research team at Birmingham carried out numerous surveys of hospital infection and explored the necessity of hand hygiene, the emergence of antibiotic resistance and surgical site infection (SSI).


Graham Ayliffe was born in Hambrook, Gloucestershire, England and educated at Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital School in Bristol. He served for three years in the Royal Navy as a medical assistant/laboratory technician and then went on to study Medicine at Bristol University. He joined the Department of Pathology at the Bristol Royal Infirmary under Professor William Gillespie in 1955. In 1959 he moved on to the Department of Bacteriology at Hammersmith Hospital under Professor Mary Barber. He was awarded an MD from the University of Bristol in 1963.