British microbiologists

2017-08-01T16:22:02+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Frederick Griffith, Emmy Klieneberger-Nobel, Lawson Soulsby, Baron Soulsby of Swaffham Prior, Lilian Jane Gould, Ernest Gale, Keith Gull, Stewart Ranken Douglas, Michael Houghton (virologist), Philip Bruce White, John Charles Grant Ledingham, Hazel Barton, Jane Grimwood, E. Richard Moxon, Stewart Cole, Harry Smith (microbiologist), Hilary Lappin-Scott, Gordon Dougan, John Beringer, Milton Wainwright, Peter Sneath, William Dallinger, Paul Fildes, Graham Gooday, Almroth Wright, William Bulloch (bacteriologist), Dlawer Ala'Aldeen, Donald Devereux Woods, Martin Buck, Mary Barber (bacteriologist), Edwin John Butler, Howard Dalton, Hugh Pennington flashcards British microbiologists
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  • Frederick Griffith
    Frederick Griffith (1879–1941) was a British bacteriologist whose focus was the epidemiology and pathology of bacterial pneumonia.
  • Emmy Klieneberger-Nobel
    Emmy Klieneberger-Nobel (25 February 1892 – 11 September 1985) was a German Jewish microbiologist.
  • Lawson Soulsby, Baron Soulsby of Swaffham Prior
    Ernest Jackson Lawson Soulsby, Baron Soulsby of Swaffham Prior (born 23 June 1926) is a British microbiologist and parasitologist.
  • Lilian Jane Gould
    Lilian Jane Gould (1861–1936), also known as Lilian J.
  • Ernest Gale
    Ernest Frederick Gale FRS (15 July 1914 – 7 March 2005) was a British microbiologist.
  • Keith Gull
    Gull was educated at Eston Grammar School and King's College London where he was awarded a first class Bachelor of Science degree in 1969 followed by a PhD in 1973.
  • Stewart Ranken Douglas
    Stewart Ranken Douglas FRS (12 February 1871, Caterham – 20 January 1936) was a British pathologist, bacteriologist and immunologist.
  • Michael Houghton (virologist)
    Michael Houghton is a British scientist, who along with Qui-Lim Choo, George Kuo and Daniel W.
  • Philip Bruce White
    Philip Bruce White (29 December 1891 – 19 March 1949) was a British microbiologist.
  • John Charles Grant Ledingham
    Sir John Charles Grant Ledingham FRS (19 May 1875 – 4 October 1944) was a British pathologist and bacteriologist.
  • Hazel Barton
    Hazel A. Barton is an English born microbiologist and geologist and cave diving explorer, interested in extremophile microorganisms.
  • Jane Grimwood
    Jane Grimwood is a British microbiologist who later moved to the United States settling in the state of Alabama.
  • E. Richard Moxon
    E. Richard Moxon is a medical researcher and Emeritus Professor of Paediatrics at the University of Oxford.
  • Stewart Cole
    Stewart Thomas Cole FRS is a British microbiologist, and Head of the Cole Laboratory, at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
  • Harry Smith (microbiologist)
    In 1945, he was appointed assistant professor at University College Nottingham.
  • Hilary Lappin-Scott
    Hilary Margaret Lappin-Scott (born 1955) is a British microbiologist who studies the function of microbial biofilms.
  • Gordon Dougan
    He was educated in his home town of Scunthorpe in England, attending Henderson Avenue Junior School, Scunthorpe Grammar School and John Leggott Sixth Form College.
  • John Beringer
    Sir John Evelyn Beringer CBE (born 14 February 1944) is a British microbiologist and Emeritus Professor at the University of Bristol.
  • Milton Wainwright
    Milton Wainwright (born 23 February 1950) is a British microbiologist who is known for his research into what he claims could be extraterrestrial life found in the stratosphere.
  • Peter Sneath
    Peter Henry Andrews Sneath FRS, MD (17 November 1923 – September 9, 2011) was a microbiologist who co-founded the field of numerical taxonomy, together with Robert R.
  • William Dallinger
    William Henry Dallinger FRS (5 July 1839 – 7 November 1909) was a British minister in the Wesleyan Methodist Church.
  • Paul Fildes
    Sir Paul Gordon Fildes OBE FRS (10 February 1882 – 5 February 1971) was a British pathologist and microbiologist who worked at Porton Down during the Second World War.
  • Graham Gooday
    Prof Graham William Gooday FRSE FIB (1942-2002) was a British molecular biologist.
  • Almroth Wright
    Sir Almroth Edward Wright KBE CB FRCSI FRS (10 August 1861 – 30 April 1947) was a British bacteriologist and immunologist.
  • William Bulloch (bacteriologist)
    William Bulloch FRS (19 August 1868, Aberdeen – 11 February 1941) was a British bacteriologist and historian of bacteriology.
  • Dlawer Ala'Aldeen
    Dlawer Ala'Aldeen (born 1960) دلاوه‌ر عبدالعزيز علاءالدين, is the Founding President of the Middle East Research Institute, a policy-research institute, based in Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
  • Donald Devereux Woods
    He was born in Ipswich, the son of Walter and Violet Woods, and educated at Northgate School, Ipswich.
  • Martin Buck
    Martin Buck FRS is a British microbiologist.
  • Mary Barber (bacteriologist)
    Mary Barber (3 April 1911 – 11 September 1965) was a British pathologist and bacteriologist who studied antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
  • Edwin John Butler
    Sir Edwin John Butler FRS (13 August 1874 – 4 April 1943) was an Irish mycologist and plant pathologist.
  • Howard Dalton
    Sir Howard Dalton, FRS (8 February 1944 – 12 January 2008) was a British microbiologist.
  • Hugh Pennington
    Thomas Hugh Pennington, CBE, FRCPath, FRCP (Edin), FMedSci, FRSE (born 19 April 1938 in Edgware, Middlesex) is emeritus professor of bacteriology at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.