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Authorised form of nameBurgh Daly; Ivan de (1893 - 1974)
Other forms of nameDe Burgh Daly, Ivan; Daly, Ivan de Burgh
SurnameBurgh Daly
ForenamesIvan de
Dates1893 - 1974
Dates and placesBirth:
14 April 1893
Death:
08 February 1974
ActivityResearch field:
Physiology
Honours:
CBE 1959
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
18/03/1943
SourcesAssocMaterial:
CSAC 39/3/76. Papers deposited in the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1975 vol 21 pp 197-226, plate, by H Barcroft
Royal Society codeNA6379
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
GLB/2/17Brown to M de Burgh Daly, Physiology Department, St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College1 July 1961
OL/19/16Letter from Ivan Burgh Daly to Otto Loewi18 May 1954
GLB/2/18Brown to M de Burgh Daly, Physiology Department, St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College1 July 1961
GLB/19/1/82I de Burgh Daly, Aylesbury to Brown11 February 1960
GLB/65/91/72Note from I de Burgh Daly to Brown[1963]
OL/19/17Letter from Ivan Burgh Daly, Raford, Worminghall, Aylesbury Bucks, to Otto Loewi18 April 1961
HB/18/45Letter from I de Burgh Daly, FRS, Dept of Physiology, University of Edinburgh, to Henry Barcroft, Dept of Physiology, Queen's University, Belfast28 May 1947
IM/GA/WS/2135Burgh Daly, Ivan de1946
MDA/A/12/42Letter from Ivan de Burgh Daly to John David Griffith Davies, Department of Physiology, University New Buildings, Teviot Place, Edinburgh1 April 1946
MDA/A/12/44Letter from Ivan de Burgh Daly to John David Griffith Davies, Department of Physiology, University New Buildings, Teviot Place, Edinburgh29 April 1946
MDA/A/12/49Copy letter from John David Griffith Davies to M T Flett, The Royal Society7 June 1946
MDA/A/12/45Copy letter from John David Griffith Davies to Ivan de Burgh Daly, The Royal Society2 May 1946
MDA/A/12/43Copy letter from John David Griffith Davies to Ivan de Burgh Daly, The Royal Society4 April 1945
MDA/A/12/48Letter from Ivan de Burgh Daly to John David Griffith Davies, Department of Physiology, University New Buildings, Teviot Place, Edinburgh4 June 1946
RR/43/1Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'The functional activity of the vasomotor nerves to the lungs in the dog' by Ivan De Burgh Daly and V. Von EulerNovember 1931
RR/28/91Referee's report by Thomas Lewis, on a paper 'The influence of mechanical conditions of the circulation on the electrocardiogram' by Ivan de Burgh Daly[April 1923]
RR/30/4Referee's report by Thomas Renton Elliott, on a paper 'The output of adrenaline in cerebral anaemia as studied by means of crossed circulation' by Gleb von Anrep and Ivan De Burgh Daly25 November 1924
RR/44/43Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'The bronchial vascular system in the dog' by J L Berry, J F Brailsford and Ivan De Burgh Daly1931
RR/44/42Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'The relation between the pulmonary and bronchial vascular systems' by J L Berry and Ivan De Burgh DalySeptember 1931
NLB/68/862Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John Rose Bradford, KCMG, FRS13 November 1925
NLB/67/216Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John Rose Bradford, KCMG, FRS14 November 1924
NLB/67/281Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Ernest Henry] Starling, FRS28 November 1924
EC/1943/03Burgh Daly, Ivan de: certificate of election to the Royal Society
GLB/2/19M de Burgh Daly, Physiology Department, St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College to Brown9 August 1961
GLB/2/8Brown to M de Burgh Daly, Physiology Department, University College London19 February 1958
RR/33/49Referee's report by Hugh Kerr Anderson, on a paper 'A closed-circuit heart-lung preparation.—Effect of alterations in the peripheral resistance and the capacity of the circulation' by Ivan de Burgh DalyJanuary 1926
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