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



PROF. J. W. H. EYRE, emeritus professor of bacteriology, University of London, has been elected president of the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene in succession to the late Sir Thomas Oliver. Prof. Eyre was senior vice-president and one of the founders in 1903 of the Institute of Hygiene, which amalgamated in 1937 with the Royal Institute of Public Health to form the present Institute.

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