Reference numberEC/1942/04
Previous numbersCert XV, 27; A01979
TitleDodds, Sir Edward Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Biochemistry, University of London. Director of the Courtauld Institute, Middlesex Hospital, London, W. Distinguished for his investigations in biochemistry in relation to physiology and medicine. His scientific work includes papers on (1) the relation of the posterior lobe of the pituitary to (a) gastric secretion, and (b) blood formation ; (2) the parathyroid hormone ; (3) oestrus producing substances and synthetic oestrogenic agents ; (4) the male sex hormone ; (5) insulin ; (6) respiration and acid base equilibrium, and (7) subjects of clinical importance.
ProposersJ Mellanby; J B Leathes; H H Dale; A S Parkes; F H A Marshall; H S Raper; Robert Robinson; Frank Lee Pyman; Eric K Rideal; E D Adrian; W J Pope; R G W Norrish; W N Haworth; Charles S Gibson; Paul Fildes
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Dodds, Sir Edward Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA689Dodds; Sir; Edward Charles (1899 - 1973); biochemist1899 - 1973
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