Reference numberCMB/15/4
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Malaria Committee
Date15 October 1902
DescriptionLists those present with Lord Lister in the Chair.
Lists committee business, including appointments to the commission of Dr G C Low, Dr C Christy, and Dr A Castellani as bacteriologist -- letters from Dr Low suggesting that he and Castellani proposed returning via the Nile, and the committee's decision to have them follow the original plan -- reports on sleeping sickness from the Principal Medical Officer for Uganda -- the return of Dr Christophers to England, and the offer form Capt James to complete the Miam Mir experiment -- suggestion that Dr Stephens prepare a final report for the committee -- minutes of the Royal Society Council on a grant to complete tsetse fly and malaria research, and the Malaria Committee's resolution to defray the cost of a 'tick disease' investigation from this grant -- a resolution to 'amalgamate' the Malaria and Tsetse Fly Committees and invite Professor Macfayden to serve on the new committee. p7-9.
FormatTypescript copy
Access statusOpen
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