Reference numberEC/1915/01
Previous numbersCert XIII, 79; A00134
TitleAndrewes, Sir Frederick William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationProfessor of Pathology in the University of London. Lecturer in Pathology at, and Pathologist to, St Bartholomew's Hospital. Formerly Sheppard Medical Fellow, Pembroke College, Oxford. Distinguished as a Pathologist and Bacteriologist. Amongst his contributions to pathological science are: - 'Lymphadenoma in its Relation to Tuberculosis' (Trans Path Soc, 1902); 'The Quantitative Distribution of Bacteria in the Air of London' (ibid, 1903); 'The Resistance of 'Staphylococcus pyogenes aurens to the Salts of Mercury' (ibid, 1903). 'A Study of the Disinfectant Action of Hypochlorous Acid' (with Prof Orton - Centralb f Bakteriologie, 1904); 'A Method of sterilizing Sponges' (Lancet, 1905, ii); 'Report to the Hampstead Borough Council on the Bacteriology of Sewer Air' (with D W H Hartley), 1905; Horace Dobell Lecture (Roy Coll Phys), 'On the Evolution of the Streptococci' (1906); 'A Study of the Streptococci Pathogenic for Man' (with Dr T H Horder - Lancet, 1906); Three reports to the Local Government Board, 'On the Bacteriology of Sewer and Drain Air' (Reports, 1908, 1909, 1911); Croonian Lectures (Roy Coll Phys), 'On the Behaviour of Leucocytes in Infection and Immunity' (Lancet, 1910); 'Report on Arterial Degeneration and its Premature Occurrence' (Local Government Board Reports, 1912); 'The Cytology and Bacteriology of Condensed Milks' (Journ of Path and Bact, 1913).
ProposersE Klein; W Bulloch; Lauder Brunton; C J Martin; William Osler; William B Leishman; S Martin; R Muir; T L Smith; E B Poulton; F E Beddard; A E Garrod
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Andrewes, Sir Frederick William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6145Andrewes; Sir; Frederick William (1859 - 1932)1859 - 1932
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