1875 – Born in London, England, on the 9th of June.
1894 – Educated at The Leys School Cambridge and entered Trinity College at Cambridge University working under the physiologist John Langley.
1903 – Studied under Paul Ehrlich in Frankfort, Germany.
1904 – Dale married his first cousin Ellen Harriet Hallett.
1909 – He received his M.D. from Cambridge.
1914 – Director of the Department of Biochemistry and Pharmacology at the National Institute for Medical Research in London.
1932 – He was knighted.
1936 – Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Otto Loewi for his study of isolated acetylcholine.
1944 – Received the Order of Merit.
1948 – Awarded Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire.
1940-1945 – Served as President of the Royal Society.
During World War II, he served on the Scientific Advisory Panel to the Cabinet.
1968 – He died in Cambridge, on 23rd of July.
Father-in-law of Alexander Todd.