Authorised form of namePickford; Lillian Mary (1902 - 2002)
Dates1902 - 2002
Date of birth14/08/1902
Date of death14/08/2002
Research fieldEndocrinology
Worked at Edinburgh. The first woman to be appointed to a professorship in the Faculty of Medicine at Edinburgh, one of her most important contributions to physiology was her work on anti-diuretic substances. One of the first women to be elected to the Pharmacology Society.
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election17/03/1966
Age at election63
Alan W Cuthbert ' A brief history of the British Pharmacological Soviety' , BJP [British Pharmacological Sciety] Volume 147 ((S1), January 2006
Royal Society codeNA3988
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/003585Pickford, Lillian Marynd
IM/GA/WRS/9489Pickford, Lillian Marynd
EC/1966/25Pickford, Lillian Mary: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/46/14Referee's report by John Scott Haldane, on two papers 'The absorption and excretion of water by the mammal. Part I.—The relation between absorption of water and its excretion by the innervated and denervated kidney' and 'The absorption and excretion of water by the mammal. Part II.—Factors influencing the response of the kidney to water ingestion' by A Klisiecki, Lillian Mary Pickford, P Rothschild and Ernest Basil Verney[January 1933]
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