Reference numberEC/1930/15
Previous numbersCert XIV, 93; A56369
TitleTopley, William Whiteman Carlton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse. Citation typed
CitationResearch on various bacteriological problems since 1911 (over 30 papers) particularly on experimental epidemiology. More important publications: (Journ Hyg, 1921); 'A Further Contribution to the Experimental Study of Epidemiology' (with M Greenwood, ibid, 1925); 'Experimental Epidemiology' (Lancet, 1926); 'The Influence of Salt-Concentration on Haemolysis' (Proc Roy Soc, B, 88, 1915); 'The Lesions produced in Rabbits by the Inoculation of Streptococci' (Jointly, Journ Path Bact, 1921); 'A New Method of obtaining Cultures from Single Bacterial Cells' (with J E Barnard, Journ Hyg, 1921).
ProposersMajor Greenwood; P P Laidlaw; J C G Ledingham; C J Martin; Joseph A Arkwright; J E Barnard; A E Boycott
Access statusOpen

Topley, William Whiteman Carlton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2451Topley; William Whiteman Carlton (1886 - 1944)1886 - 1944
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