Authorised form of nameQuastel; Juda Hirsch (1899 - 1987)
Dates1899 - 1987
Date of birth02 October 1899
Date of death16/10/1987
Biochemist, Biochemical Department, Cardiff City Mental Hospital; collaborated with Majory Stephenson (FRS 1945) on anaerobic growth in bacteria
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election14/03/1940
Royal Society activityLectures:
Leeuwenhoek 1954
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1990 vol 36 pp 379-418, plate, by F C Macintosh and T L Sourkes
D C Martin, 'Visit by the Assistant Secretary to some North American Scientific Institutions' in NR 1952 vol 9 pp 356-364
Royal Society codeNA5933
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/003707Quastel, Juda Hirsch02 October 1979
IM/003708Quastel, Juda Hirsch1984
CMB/278/69List of papers passed for publication in the Proceedings2 May 1956
IM/GA/WS/1189Quastel, Juda Hirschnd
RR/29/30Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'The reduction of methylene blue by iron compounds' by Edward James Morgan and Juda Hirsch QuastelApril 1923
RR/68/378Referee's report by Juda Hirsch Quastel, on a paper 'A physico-chemical study of some induced changes in the morphology of Bacterium lactis aerogenes. A theory of the balance and adaptive variation of certain enzyme processes in bacteria' by Cyril Norman Hinshelwood and R M Lodge[1943]
RR/69/177Referee's report by Juda Hirsch Quastel, on a paper 'A theory relating the action of salts on bacterial respiration to their influence on the solubility of proteins' by M Ingram1946
NLB/70/645Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Juda Hirsch] Quastel Esq.; Trinity College, Cambridge17 June 1927
IM/GA/WRS/9422Quastel, Juda Hirschnd
EC/1940/18Quastel, Juda Hirsch: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/46/70Referee's report by Alfred Joseph Clark, on a paper 'Narcosis and oxidations of the brain' by Juda Hirsch Quastel and A H M Wheatley[August 1932]
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