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University of London : Appointments

Nature volume 162, page 290 (21 August 1948) | Download Citation

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THE following appointments in the University of London have recently been announced : Dr. T. Crawford, University professor of pathology in St. George‘s Hospital Medical School as from October 1. Since 1946 he has been director of pathological services at St. George‘s Hospital and Medical School ; Mr. D. V. Davies, University professor of anatomy in St. Thomas‘s Hospital Medical School as from October 1. Since 1944 he has been fellow and College lecturer at St. John‘s College, Cambridge, and in 1945 was Arris and Gale Lecturer at the Royal College of Surgeons ; Mr. A. V. Judges, University professor of history of education in King‘s College as from January 1, 1949. Since 1938 he has held the title of reader in economic history in the London School of Economics and Political Science; Dr. R. T. Williams, University professor of biochemistry in St. Hary‘s Hospital Medical School as from October 1. Since 1942 he has been senior lecturer in biochemistry and during 1943–44 was in charge of the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Birmingham ; Dr. G. L. Clark, University reader in mathematics in Bedford College as from October 1. Since 1947 he has been senior lecturer in mathematics at University College, Cardiff ; Mr. T. A. Rodger, University reader in psychology in Birkbeck College as from October 1. He is at present senior psychologist to the Admiralty, consulting psychologist to the Central Juvenile Employment Executive and a lecturer in Birkbeck College.

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