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Authorised form of nameAndrewes; Christopher Howard (1896 - 1988)
SurnameAndrewes
ForenamesChristopher Howard
Dates1896 - 1988
Dates and placesBirth:
07 June 1896
Death:
31 December 1988
ActivityResearch Field:
Pathology
Education:
Highgate School (1908-1915); MD (Lond);
Memberships:
FRCP
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
16/03/1939
Lectures:
Leeuwenhoek 1951
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1991 vol 37 pp 33-54, plate, by D A J Tyrrell
Notes:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1990 vol 36 gives death date as 31 Dec 1987
Royal Society codeNA1249
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1939/02Andrewes, Christopher Howard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/67/432Referee's report by Christopher Howard Andrewes, on two papers 'The reaction between type II pneumococcus antiserum and a glucuronide azo-protein' and 'Quantitative studies on the effect of haptenes on the reaction between antigens and antibodies' by Barnet WoolfNovember 1940
RR/69/203Referee's report by Christopher Howard Andrewes, on a paper 'Experiments on the inactivation of bacteriophage by radiations, and their bearing on the nature of bacteriophage' by D E Lea and M H Salaman 1945
RR/68/428Letter to Arthur James Ewins, regarding a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker16 February 1945
RR/68/429Letter from Arthur James Ewins, regarding a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker20 February 1945
RR/68/425Memoranda, on a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker4 January 1945
RR/68/426Referee's report by Charles Halliley Kellaway, on a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker[1945]
RR/68/427Referee's report by Arthur James Ewins, on a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker[1945]
RR/71/51Referee's report by Christopher Howard Andrewes, on a paper 'The passage of antibodies from the maternal circulation into the embryo in rabbits' by Francis William Rogers Brambell, W A Hemmings and W T Rowlands[1948]
RR/71/52Referee's report by Christopher Howard Andrewes, on a paper 'The route of antibodies passing from the maternal to the foetal circulation in rabbits' by Francis William Rogers Brambell, W A Hemmings, Megan Henderson, Helen J Parry and W T Rowlands10 November 1948
CMB/278/3Minutes, meeting of the Physiology and Medical Sciences Committee25 January 1945
IM/GA/WS/2895Andrewes, Christopher Howardnd
HD/25/21Presentation album for Henry Dale on his retirement from the National Institute for Medical Research 30 September 1942
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