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Authorised form of nameLaidlaw; Sir; Patrick Playfair (1881 - 1940)
SurnameLaidlaw
ForenamesPatrick Playfair
Dates1881 - 1940
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Glasgow, Scotland (26 September 1881)
Death:
London (19 or 20 March 1940)
ActivityCareer:
Investigator, National Institute for Medical Research, Hampstead; ex-Dunn Professor, Guy's Hospital
Honours:
Kt 1935
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
12/05/1927
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1933
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1939-1941 vol 3 pp 427-447, plate, by H H Dale
Royal Society codeNA5612
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/GRS/6223Laidlaw, Sir Patrick Playfairnd
EC/1927/09Laidlaw, Sir Patrick Playfair: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/37/138Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'Artefacts as a guide to the chemistry of the cell' by Charles Edward WalkerJune 1928
RR/38/74Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'Reduced haematin and haemochromogen' by Robert HillApril 1929
RR/41/89Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'The reaction of the dental pulp to peripheral injury of the dentine' by E Wilfred FishDecember 1930
RR/41/90Second referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'The reaction of the dental pulp to peripheral injury of the dentine' by E Wilfred FishJanuary 1931
RR/41/127Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'The porphyrin of component c of cytochrome and its relationship to other porphyrins' by Robert Hill and David KeilinSeptember 1930
RR/42/54Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'On the histological evidences of the organic content and reactions of marsupial enamel, with a note on human enamel' by Evelyn SprawsonApril 1930
RR/47/25Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'The cultivation of vaccinia virus A new series of subcultures in cell-free medium' by G Hardy Eagles and A H H KordiJune 1932
RR/44/90Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'The tightness of the teeth, considered as a problem concerning the equilibrium of a thin incompressible elastic membrane' by John Lighton SyngeJune 1932
RR/48/90Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'The effects of vitamins C deficiency on tooth structure in guinea-pigs' by E Wilfred Fish and Leslie J Harris[July 1933]
NLB/57/392Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr PP [Patrick Playfair] Laidlaw, FRS30 October 1919
RR/49/56Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'Inflammation in caterpillars of Lepidoptera' by Gordon Roy Cameron[January 1934]
RR/58/47Referee's report by John Charles Grant Ledingham, on a paper 'A new group of filterable organisms' by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw and William Joseph ElfordMarch 1936
RR/62/54Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw and Alan Sterling Parkes, on a paper 'Inhibition of action of pituitary hormones by animal sera' by K W Thompson and Harvey Williams Cushing[October 1936]
RR/36/5Referee's report by Patrick Playfair Laidlaw, on a paper 'Studies in the microchemistry of the cell. I.—The chromatin content of normal and malignant cells, as demonstrated by Feulgen's “Nuclealreaktion."' by Reginald James Ludford[December 1927]
NLB/71/895Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Patrick Playfair] Laidlaw, FRS1 December 1928
HD/25/21Presentation album for Henry Dale on his retirement from the National Institute for Medical Research 30 September 1942
NLB/57New Letter Book volume 57, copy letters sent from Royal Society administration27 June 1919-27 February 1920
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