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Authorised form of nameDreyer; Georges (1873 - 1934)
SurnameDreyer
ForenamesGeorges
Dates1873 - 1934
Dates and placesBirth:
Shanghai, China (04 July 1873)
Death:
Sollestedgaard, Laaland, Denmark (17 August 1934)
ActivityResearch Field:
Pathology, bacteriology, physiology
Education:
MD (Copenhagen); MA (Oxon)
Career:
Officier de l'Instruction publique (France); Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford; Fellow Royal Irish Academy; Professor of Pathology, University of Oxford
Honours:
CBE 1919
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
12/05/1921
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1932-1935 vol l pp 569-576, plate, by S R Douglas
Royal Society codeNA1544
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/001201Dreyer, Georgesnd
NLB/41/345Copy letter from John Rose Bradford, to Georges Dreyer, [Fellow of the Royal Society] and J Sholto C Douglas25 November 1909
NLB/42/444Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor Georges Dreyer, MD14 June 1910
RR/18/27Referee's report by Sydney Monckton Copeman, on a paper 'The blood volume of mammals as determined by experiments upon rabbits, guinea-pigs, and mice; and its relationship to the body weight and to the surface area expressed in formula' by Georges Dreyer and William Ray May 1910
NLB/52/510Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Almroth Edward Wright, FRS; 39 Boulevard Dannon, Boulogne4 January 1916
RR/17/389Referee's report by William Maddock Bayliss, on a paper 'On the absorption of agglutinin by bacteria and the application of physico-chemical laws thereto' by Georges Dreyer and J S C DouglasNovember 1909
RR/18/28Referee's report by Charles Scott Sherrington, on a paper 'The blood volume of mammals as determined by experiments upon rabbits, guinea-pigs, and mice; and its relationship to the body weight and to the surface area expressed in formula' by Georges Dreyer and William Ray May 1910
RR/18/29Referee's report by William Dobinson Halliburton, on a paper 'The blood volume of mammals as determined by experiments upon rabbits, guinea-pigs, and mice; and its relationship to the body weight and to the surface area expressed in formula' by Georges Dreyer and William Ray June 1910
RR/18/127Referee's report by Leonard Erskine Hill, on a paper 'Further experiments upon the blood volume of mammals and its relation to the surface area of the body' by Georges Dreyer and William RayNovember 1911
RR/20/33Referee's report by Archibald Edward Garrod, on a paper 'The determination of the minimal lethal dose of various toxic substances and its relationship to the body weight warm-blooded animals, together with considerations bearing on the dosage of drugs' by Georges Dreyer and W Ainley WalkerDecember 1913
RR/19/39Referee's report by Grafton Elliot Smith, on a paper 'The size of the aorta in warm-blooded animals and its relationship to the body weight and to the surface area expressed in a formula' by Georges Dreyer, William Ray and E W Ainley Walker[October 1912]
NLB/73/348Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof. [Georges] Dreyer, FRS19 June 1931
EC/1921/13Dreyer, Georges: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/17/388Referee's report by William Maddock Bayliss, on a paper 'The velocity of reaction in the “absorption” of specific agglutinins by bacteria, and in the “adsorption" of agglutinins, trypsin, and sulphuric acid by animal charcoal' by Georges Dreyer and J S C DouglasNovember 1909
RR/18/126Referee's report by Charles James Martin, on a paper 'Further experiments upon the blood volume of mammals and its relation to the surface area of the body' by Georges Dreyer and William Ray1911
RR/19/40Referee's report by Grafton Elliot Smith, on a paper 'The size of the trachea in warm-blooded animals, and its relationship to the weight, the surface area, the blood volume, and the size of the aorta' by Georges Dreyer, William Ray and E W Ainley Walker[October 1912]
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