Reference numberHB/2/98
TitleLetter from William Bonnar, RAF, to [Henry] Barcroft
Date29 July 1945
DescriptionHas been thinking about what to do after his demobilisation and hopes for some idea of the possibility of obtaining a scholarship in physiology. Has not had much change to make progress in his studies since joining the service, as his parent unit, a mobile field hospital, has been inactive. Hopes that research at Queen's is 'still going strong'. Has seen Barcroft's paper on fainting in a publication of the MRC.
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