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Authorised form of nameAdler; Saul (1895 - 1966)
SurnameAdler
ForenamesSaul
Dates1895 - 1966
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
17 May 1895
Death:
25 January 1966
ActivityHonours:
OBE 1960
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
21/03/1957
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1967 vol 13 pp 1-34, plate, by H E Shortt
Royal Society codeNA1825
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PIF/A/13Personal information file: Saul Adler c 1957
IM/GA/WS/5314Adler, Saulnd
IM/GA/Russell/5314Adler, Saulnd
EC/1957/01Adler, Saul: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/44/6Referee's report by John Charles Grant Ledingham, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar. Parts I - V' by Saul Adler and O Theodor11 May 1931
RR/44/4Referee's report by Charles Morley Wenyon, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar. I. Introduction and epidemiology' by Saul Adler and O TheodorFebruary 1932
RR/52/9Referee's report by John Charles Grant Ledingham, on a paper 'Investigation on Mediterranean kala azar VIII—Further observations on Mediterranean sandflies' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/52/7Referee's report by John Charles Grant Ledingham, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar IX—Feeding experiment with phlebotomus perniciosus and other species on animals infected with leishmania infantum' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/52/6Referee's report by Charles Morley Wenyon, on a paper 'Investigation on Mediterranean kala azar X—A note on Trypanosoma platydactyli and Leishmania tarentolae' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/52/5Referee's report by John Charles Grant Ledingham, on a paper 'Investigation on Mediterranean kala azar X—A note on Trypanosoma platydactyli and Leishmania tarentolae' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/52/10Referee's report by Charles Morley Wenyon, on a paper 'Investigation on Mediterranean kala azar VIII—Further observations on Mediterranean sandflies' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/52/12Referee's report by Charles Morley Wenyon, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar VII—Further observations on canine visceral leishmaniasis' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/52/8Referee's report by Charles Morley Wenyon, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar IX—Feeding experiment with phlebotomus perniciosus and other species on animals infected with leishmania infantum' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/52/11Referee's report by John Charles Grant Ledingham, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar VII—Further observations on canine visceral leishmaniasis' by Saul Adler and O TheodorJuly 1934
RR/65/2Referee's report by Charles Morely Wenyon, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar. XI A study of leishmaniasis in Canea (Crete)' by Saul Adler, O Theodor and G WitenbergApril 1938
RR/44/5Referee's report by Charles Morley Wenyon, on a paper 'Investigations on Mediterranean kala azar. Parts I - V' by Saul Adler and O TheodorMay 1931
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