Reference numberMDA/A/23/140
Alternative reference numberA3.7
TitleLetter from Professor L Brull, to Professor Finch, Imperial College, London, S.W.7
Date25 October 1945
DescriptionProfessor Duesberg has informed Brull that Finch is willing to assist in getting information on the progress of science for the Universite de Liege. Brull states he was a pupil of Professor Starling, working in his laboratory between 1924-1925, and so prior to the war was in contact with the English school of Physiology, and will soon visit Professor E B Verney in Cambridge with whom he shares an interest in kidney physiology.

Brull seeks help for one of his 'best assistants' Dr Albert Reginster, who has been working on human tuberculosis for several years, to visit England for the purpose of spending a few weeks in a Clinical center for the treatment of tuberculosis and working in an experimental laboratory on tuberculosis for one to two months. Brull lists Reginster's training in clinical diagnosis and treatment, in pneumothorax, pleuroscopy and section of adhesions, and x-ray examination os the lung, and reveals that he hopes to make him Chief of a new Institute for treatment of tuberculosis in the Universite de Liege.
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA8290Tizard; Sir; Henry Thomas (1885 - 1959)1885 - 1959
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