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Authorised form of nameDudley; Harold Ward (1887 - 1935)
SurnameDudley
ForenamesHarold Ward
Dates1887 - 1935
Dates and placesBirth:
30 October 1887
Death:
03 October 1935
ActivityEducation:
PhD
Career:
Chemist, National Institute for Medical Research, Hampstead
Honours:
OBE 1918
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
15/05/1930
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1932-1935 vol l pp 595-606, plate, by H H Dale
References:
A F Bristow, T Barrowcliffe and D R Bangham, 'Standardization of biological medicines: the first hundred years, 1900-2000' in NR 2006 vol 60 pp 271-289
Royal Society codeNA1140
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1930/05Dudley, Harold Ward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/40/54Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'Studies in the biochemistry of micro-organisms' by Harold Raistrick1930
HD/25/7Draft manuscript and typescript for paper 'The nature of the vasodilator constituents of certain tissue extracts' by Henry Dale, C H Best, H W Dudley and W V Thorpe 1926-1927
RR/42/13Second referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'The combination curves, hydrogen ion regulating power and dissociation constants of gelatin' by E B R Prideaux16 February 1931
RR/42/12Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'The combination curves, hydrogen ion regulating power and dissociation constants of gelatin' by E B R Prideaux23 January 1931
RR/44/54Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'Recovery heat in muscular contraction without lactic acid formation' by Mckeen Cattell, T P Feng, W Hartree, Archibald Vivian Hill and J L Parkinson9 March 1931
RR/46/69Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'The combination curves, hydrogen ion regulating powers and equivalent of serum albumin' by E B R Prideaux and Donald Devereux Woods27 April 1932
RR/46/68Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'The combination curves, hydrogen ion regulating power and equivalents of ovalbumin' by E B R Prideaux and Donald Devereux Woods23 January 1931
RR/48/127Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'Secretin' by John Mellanby15 July 1932
RR/50/59Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'Thrombase—its preparation and properties' by John Mellanby25 February 1933
RR/50/89Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'The effect of deamination on the combination curves of serum albumin and globulin' by E B R Prideaux and D E Woods17 August 1933
RR/51/37Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'The supposed coagulation of oxalate plasma by trypsin' by John Mellanby20 December 1934
RR/51/53Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'Electrometric titration of amino-acids in aqueous-alcoholic solution' by Albert Neuberger12 February 1934
RR/52/126Referee's report by Harold Ward Dudley, on a paper 'The dissolved constituents of human sweat' by A G R Whitehouse22 November 1934
RR/55/117Referee's report by Robert Robinson, on a paper 'Ergometrine' by Harold Ward DudleySeptember 1935
IM/001208Dudley, Harold Wardnd
HD/25/21Presentation album for Henry Dale on his retirement from the National Institute for Medical Research 30 September 1942
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