Reference numberGLB/65/24/10
TitleBrown to Jack Diamond, Department of Physiology, University College London
Date12 May 1964
DescriptionReflects on his own early career - warns Diamond of the dangers of a pure research job - praises American system of teaching - cannot convince himself that Diamond is overloaded with teaching - chances of a MRC post within a University Department very slim but suggests that Diamond could build a Unit at UCL - sympathises with Diamond but thinks it is best to stick with University - thinks he has a good chance of succeeding Feldberg - gives a summary of his letter in five points.
Extent3 pages
FormatCarbon copy
Physical description1 page torn
Access statusOpen
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