Authorised form of nameMourant; Arthur Ernest (1904 - 1994)
ForenamesArthur Ernest
Dates1904 - 1994
Dates and placesBirth:
Jersey, Channel Islands (11 April 1904 )
29 August 1994
Victoria College, Jersey; Exeter College, Oxford (graduated in Chemistry). DPhil (1931, Geology); St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical School, London (1939). BM, BCh (1943)
Research on the geology of the Channel Islands; Demonstrator in Geology, Leeds University (1928); mapped coal measures in Lancashire for the Geological Survey of Great Britain (1929-1931); returned to Jersey and established the Jersey Chemical Pathology Laboratory (1933-1938); Medical Officer, National Blood Transfusion Service (1944); Medical Officer, Galton Laboratory Serum Unit (1945); Director, Medical Research Council (MRC) Blood Group Reference Laboratory, Lister Institute, University of London (1946-1965); Honorary Advisor, Nuffield Blood Group Centre (1952); retired (1965); Head, MRC Serological Population Genetics Laboratory (1965); Laboratory closed (1976); retired to Jersey; honorary citizen of the city of Toulouse, France (1985)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
NCUACS 85/6/99. Papers deposited at the Contemporary Medical Archives Centre, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1999 vol 45 pp 329-348, plate, by Gary P Misson, A Clive Bishop and Winifred M Watkins
Royal Society codeNA6336
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
GLB/65/110/37Brown to A E Mourant, Serological Population Genetics Laboratory, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London25 June 1970
IM/003203Mourant, Arthur Ernestnd
IM/003200Mourant, Arthur Ernestcirca 1960
GLB/49/4/24A E Mourant, Medical Research Council External Staff, Serological Population Genetics Laboratory to Brown3 November 1970
IM/003202Mourant, Arthur Ernestnd
IM/003201Mourant, Arthur Ernest1984
MS/3/9'Hinshelwood' notebook of Arthur MourantEarly 1920s
MS/3/10'Gas Reactions. Mr Hinshelwood. Trinity Term 1924' notebook of Arthur Mourant1924
MS/3/12'Photochemistry. Mr Bowen. Hilary term 1924 (?)' notebook of Arthur Mourant1924
MS/3/13'Sidgwick' notebook of Arthur Mourant, [1920s]Early 1920s
MS/3/4'Heterocyclic Compounds. Dr Plant. 1923-24' notebook of Arthur Mourant1923-1924
MS/3/5'Heterogeneous Equilibrium. Mr Sidgwick. Hil[ary] & Trinity Terms, 1924' notebook of Arthur Mourant 1924
MS/3/1'Physical chemistry. Prof[essor] Soddy. Chiefly Michaelmas Term 1922' notebook of Arthur Mourant 1922
MS/3/7'General Organic Chemistry. Prof[essor] Perkin. 1923-24' notebook of Arthur Mourant1923-1924
MS/3/11'Thermodynamics. Mr Hinshelwood. Mic[haelmas] 1922. Hil[ary] 1923' notebook of Arthur Mourant1922-1923
MS/3/8'Spectroscopy. Prof[essor] Merton. Mich[aelmas] term. 1923' notebook of Arthur Mourant1923
MS/3/6'Hartley' notebook of Arthur Mourant, [1920s]Early 1920s
MS/3/2'Elementary Organic Chemistry. Dr Plant. 1922-3' notebook of Arthur Mourant 1922-1923
MS/3Notebooks from lectures attended by Dr Arthur Mourant FRS1920s
MS/3/3'Rate of reaction. Mr Bowen. Michaelmas Term 1922. 1st half of course' notebook of Arthur Mourant1922
GLB/49/4/25Brown to A E Mourant, Medical Research Council External Staff, Serological Population Genetics Laboratory6 November 1970
EC/1966/22Mourant, Arthur Ernest: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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