Reference numberGLB/65/24/14
TitleJack Diamond, Department of Physiology, University College London to Brown
Date30 April 1969
DescriptionHas now decided to go to Ontario - praises Dean of Medical School there, John Evans who has offered him a Department of Neurosciences with research the chief occupation - his proposals have all been accepted - David Inman will come as his first colleague - hopes Brown considers a drain to Canada different to a drain to the USA - has put Brown as one of his referees - asks if Brown can recommend any staff - would like to talk all this through with Brown.
Extent2 pages
Access statusOpen
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