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Authorised form of nameHaddow; Sir; Alexander (1907 - 1976)
SurnameHaddow
ForenamesAlexander
Dates1907 - 1976
NationalityBritish
Date of birth18/01/1907
Date of death21/01/1976
ActivityHonours:
Kt 1966
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/03/1958
Age at election51
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1977 vol 23 pp 133-191, plate, by F Bergel
Royal Society codeNA1920
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/AR/7266Haddow, Sir Alexandernd
GLB/18/17Paper by G P Wells, Harry Melville and Alexander Haddow on the Archives of the Royal Society Clubc June 1962
PB/1/33/3/3Companion of Honour1965
IM/GA/WRS/8652Haddow, Sir Alexandernd
IM/Meitner Graf/001822Haddow, Sir Alexandernd
EC/1958/14Haddow, Sir Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/60/10Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'The influence of certain carcinogenic and other hydrocarbons on body growth in the rat' by Alexander Haddow and C M ScottDecember 1936
RR/60/11Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The influence of certain carcinogenic and other hydrocarbons on body growth in the rat' by Alexander Haddow and C M Scott28 December 1936
RR/60/13Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'The influence of various polycyclic hydrocarbons on the growth rate of transplantable tumours' by Alexander Haddow and A M RobinsonDecember 1936
RR/60/9Referee's report by Frederick William Twort, on a paper 'The influence of certain carcinogenic and other hydrocarbons on body growth in the rat' by Alexander Haddow and C M Scott11 December 1936
RR/60/12Referee's report by Frederick William Twort, on a paper 'The influence of various polycyclic hydrocarbons on the growth rate of transplantable tumours' by Alexander Haddow and A M Robinson11 December 1936
RR/60/14Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The influence of various polycyclic hydrocarbons on the growth rate of transplantable tumours' by Alexander Haddow and A M Robinson28 December 1936
RR/68/6Referee's report by Joseph Needham, on a paper 'The inhibition of growth by chemical compounds' by G M Badger, L A Elson, Alexander Haddow, C L Hewett and A M Robinson[1941]
RR/70/130Letter from Edward Charles Dodds, on a paper 'The growth-inhibitory and carcinogenic properties of 4-aminostilbene and derivatives' by Alexander Haddow, R J C Harris, George Armand Robert Kon and E M F Roe to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society9 October 1947
RR/70/129Letter from Edward Charles Dodds, on a paper 'The growth-inhibitory and carcinogenic properties of 4-aminostilbene and derivatives' by Alexander Haddow, R J C Harris, George Armand Robert Kon and E M F Roe to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society18 February 1948
RR/70/132Letter from James Wilfred Cook, on a paper 'The growth-inhibitory and carcinogenic properties of 4-aminostilbene and derivatives' by Alexander Haddow, R J C Harris, George Armand Robert Kon and E M F Roe to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society16 February 1948
RR/70/131Referee's report by Edward Charles Dodds, on a paper 'The growth-inhibitory and carcinogenic properties of 4-aminostilbene and derivatives' by Alexander Haddow, R J C Harris, George Armand Robert Kon and E M F Roe1947
RR/70/133Referee's report by James Wilfred Cook, on a paper 'The growth-inhibitory and carcinogenic properties of 4-aminostilbene and derivatives' by Alexander Haddow, R J C Harris, George Armand Robert Kon and E M F Roe 18 November 1947
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