4 edition of Report on the papers of Sir Roy Cameron, FRS (1899-1967) found in the catalog.
Report on the papers of Sir Roy Cameron, FRS (1899-1967)
by Reproduced for the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre by the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Papers of Sir Roy Cameron (1899-1967)|
|Statement||deposited in the University College London Library ; [listed by Jeannine Alton, Harriot Weiskittel].|
|Contributions||Weiskittel, Harriot, joint author., University College, London. Library., Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre.|
|LC Classifications||Z6611.M5 A572, RB15 A572|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 leaves ;|
|LC Control Number||81480164|
Dr. M. N de, his father in law played a pivotal role in building his future career. He arranged admission of Dr. S. N De to work under guidance of Prof. G. R Cameron, FRS (later Sir Roy Cameron) of the University of London in on the topic "changes in the brain by experimental hydrocephalus.". group of papers of Sir Roy Cameron (II). b) Other collections Sir Francis Galton (II9II), who endowed the University College chair of eugenics, also bequeathed an extensive collection of correspondence and working data which has now been catalogued in detail.'3 Karl Pearson used.
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Papers and correspondence, (predominantly ), of Sir (Gordon) Roy Cameron, comprising notebooks of lecture courses,given. Cameron, FRS (later Sir Roy Cameron) of. In the paper published inDr. De suggested that the toxic A rude shock came with the death of Sir Roy Cameron. inhis constant source.
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The first definitive Council was elected in and the first President was Sir Roy Cameron FRS. The first Founder Fellows and Founder Members were admitted in. Professor G R Cameron, FRS (later Sir Roy Cameron) of the University of London, he ar-ranged, after the World War II, De’s admission under him as a PhD student in De joined the University College Hospital Medi-cal School in London in to work on the problemof changes in the brain caused by experi-mental hydrocephalus.
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The first definitive Council was elected in and the first President was Sir Roy Cameron FRS. The first Founder Fellows and Founder Members were admitted in and the first. Sir Peter Julius Lachmann, FRS, FMedSci (born 23 December ) is a British immunologist, specialising in the study of the complement is emeritus Sheila Joan Smith Professor of Immunology at the University of Cambridge, a fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge and honorary fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge and of Imperial was knighted for service to medical science.
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