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Reference numberEC/1923/09
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TitleMacleod, John James Rickard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationCarried out researches jointly (with L Hill) 'On Compressed Air Sickness'; (with J Lewkewitsch) 'On Hydrolysis of Fats'; (with W Bulloch) 'On Chemical Constitution of Tubercle Bacillus, &c.' Has since carried out a long series of researches, particularly on 'Experimental Glycosuria and Diabetes,' and published many papers on these subjects including 'Diabetes, its Pathological Physiology' (Arnold, 1913); and has by these researches very considerably advanced knowledge on these subjects. He has gained the reputation among his colleagues of being an excellent teacher, a man of very high ideals, and a splendid researcher.
ProposersL Hill; A B Macallum; J A MacWilliam; E W Reid; D Noel Paton; W Bulloch; E P Cathcart
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Macleod, John James Rickard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3702Macleod; John James Rickard (1876 - 1935)1876 - 1935
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