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Authorised form of nameDrury; Sir; Alan Nigel (1889 - 1980)
SurnameDrury
ForenamesAlan Nigel
Dates1889 - 1980
Dates and placesBirth:
03 November 1889
Death:
02 August 1980
ActivityResearch Field:
Physiology, pathology
Education:
MA; MD
Honours:
CBE 1944; Kt 1950
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
6/05/1937
Council:
VP 1955-1956
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1981 vol 27 pp 173-198, plate, by R A Kekwick
Royal Society codeNA2182
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1937/04Drury, Sir Alan Nigel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/001225Drury, Sir Alan Nigel1951
RR/65/185Referee's report by Alan Nigel Drury, on a paper 'A quantitative investigation into the enterohepatic circulation of bile salts in the cat' by John Mellanby and S F SuffolkSeptember 1938
RR/64/36Referee's report by Alan Nigel Drury, on a paper 'An analysis of the “pleiotropic” effects of a new lethal mutation in the rat (Mus norvegicus)' by Hans Grüneberg[November 1937]
RR/65/190Referee's report by Alan Nigel Drury, on a paper 'The origin of the erythema curve and the pharmacological action of ultra-violet radiation' by
Joseph Stanley Mitchell
May 1938
RR/67/99Referee's report by Alan Nigel Drury, on a paper 'The heart of the salamander (salamandra salamandra l.), with special reference to the conducting (connecting) system and its bearing on the phylogeny of the conducting systems of mammalian and avian hearts' by F Davies and E T B FrancisNovember 1940
IM/GA/WS/2165Drury, Sir Alan Nigel1946
P/0171Portrait of Drury, Sir Alan Nigel1940s
IM/001203Drury, Sir Alan Nigelnd
RR/64/37Second referee's report by Alan Nigel Drury, on a paper 'An analysis of the “pleiotropic” effects of a new lethal mutation in the rat (Mus norvegicus)' by Hans Grüneberg19 December 1937
RR/65/84Referee's report by Alan Nigel Drury, on a paper 'The histology and self-differentiating capacity of the abnormal cartilage in a new lethal mutation in the rat (Rattus norvegicus)' by Honor Bridget Fell and Hans GrünebergJanuary 1939
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