Reference numberEC/1932/17
TitleYorke, Warrington: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for researches on (1) Trypanosomiasis and Transmission by Tsetse Flies, (2) Haemoglobinuria and Blackwater Fever, (3) Induced Malaria in General Paralytics, (4) 'Entamoeba histolytica'-carriers in England and behaviour in Cultures, (5) Helminthology particularly Nematodes. Publications: - 'Investigations into Mechanism of Production of Blackwater Fever'; 'Final Report of Luangwa Sleeping Sickness Commission of British South Africa Company'; 'Observations on Malaria made during Treatment of General Paralytics'; 'The Presence of 'Entamoeba histolytica' and 'E coli' Cysts in People who have never been out of England'; 'Observations on 'Entamoeba histolytica''; 'Studies on Treatment of Malaria'; 'Nematode Parasities of Vertebrates.'
ProposersC M Wenyon; J W W Stephens; J C G Ledingham; J A Arkwright; C J Martin; A Alcock; Leonard Rogers; C S Sherrington
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Yorke, Warrington: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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