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Beit Memorial Fellowships for Medical Research

Nature volume 150, page 119 (25 July 1942) | Download Citation



AT a recent meeting of the Trustees of the Beit Memorial Fellowships for Medical Research, Dr. A. N. Drury, Huddersfield lecturer in special pathology in the University of Cambridge, was appointed to the Advisory Board in succession to the late Prof. A. J. Clark. The Trustees noted with pleasure the election this year of three past fellows to the fellowship of the Royal Society, namely, E. Hindle (junior fellow, 1910-12, and senior in tropical medicine, 1927-33) ; F. M. Burnet (1926-27) and A. R. Todd (1935-36). Of the twenty-eight present fellows, there are now fourteen seconded for whole-time war--work.

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