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Authorised form of nameWhitteridge; David (1912 - 1994)
Dates1912 - 1994
Date of birth22/06/1912
Date of death15/06/1994
ActivityEducation:
Whitgift School (1922-1931)
Career:
Waynflete Professor of Physiology, Oxford University; Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election19/03/1953
Age at election40
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1996 vol 42 pp 523-538, plate, by G Gordon and A Iggo
Royal Society codeNA2117
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
GLB/65/110/93Brown to D Whitteridge, Physiology Department, University of Edinburgh 26 April 1955
EC/1953/24Whitteridge, David: certificate of election to the Royal Society
GLB/65/110/90D Whitteridge, Physiology Department, University of Edinburgh to Brown7 June 1954
GLB/65/110/89Brown to D Whitteridge, Physiology Department, University of Edinburgh 4 June 1954
GLB/19/2/21David Whitteridge, The Maiden's Hotel, Alipin Road, Delhi20 September 1967
GLB/65/108/2David Whitteridge, Athenaeum, Pall Mall to Brown15 June 1966
GLB/65/100/69Brown to D Whitteridge, Department of Physiology, University of Edinburgh10 April 1962
GLB/65/110/92D Whitteridge, Physiology Department, University of Edinburgh to Brown13 May 1955
GLB/19/2/22Brown to Professor David Whitteridge, The Maiden's Hotel, Alipur Road, Delhi25 September 1967
GLB/65/110/88D Whitteridge, Physiology Department, University of Edinburgh to Brown2 June 1954
GLB/65/100/72D Whitteridge, Department of Physiology, University of Edinburgh to Brown26 April 1962
GLB/37/4/27Brown to David Whitteridge, University Laboratory of Physiology, Oxford14 May 1968
HWT/25/7Correspondence and papers regarding premature return to China (due to Cultural Revolution) of Chinese research workers in BritainJanuary - September 1967
GLB/65/110/91Copy of a letter from D Whitteridge to Joseph Needham, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge11 June 1954
IM/GA/WS/4602Whitteridge, Davidnd
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