1 edition of Sir German Sims Woodhead K.B.E., 1855-1921 found in the catalog.
Sir German Sims Woodhead K.B.E., 1855-1921
by Printed for private circulation by Oliver and Boyd in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Statement||[memorial notices collected by Harriet E. Woodhead].|
|Contributions||Woodhead, Harriet E.|
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24 Aug Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Woodhead, Sir German Sims, ; Varrier-Jones, P.C. Publication date Pages: Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D 1855-1921 book urn:oclc:record Foldoutcount 0 Identifier bacteriatheirpro00woodPages: Genre/Form: Electronic books Book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Woodhead, G.
Sims (German Sims), Sir, Pathological mycology. Sir German Sims Woodhead KBE (), English pathologist, President of the Royal Medical Society, the first editor of the Journal of Pathology; Wendy Woodhead, English two-time bronze medalist table tennis player in the late s; Chantel Marie "Channy" Woodhead (b.
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SIR GERMAN SIMS WOODHEAD, M.D., LL.D., Professorof Pathology in tlhe U"'iversi yof Cambridge. SiR GERMAN SIMS WOODHEAD, K.B.E., Professor of Patlhology' in the University of Calubridge, died at Aistliorpe H1l, Lincolnslhire, oni Tbursday, December 29thi,aged His deatlh will be felt as apersonal los;s bv a large nulmber of the.
Other significant members of the family include: Sir German Sims Woodhead (), an eminent pathologist and tuberculosis expert who was awarded the KBE; Herbert Miall Woodhead (), a medical officer of health; and newspaper editor Ernest Woodhead (), who also played rugby for England and was granted the freedom of the.
WOODHEAD, SIR GERMAN SIMS - KNIGHT. He was born at Woodthorpe, Huddersfield inthe son of Joseph Woodhead the proprietor of the Huddersfield Examiner newspaper.
After an education at Huddersfield College he became a pathologist and attained an international reputation in the field. He was knighted in and died in The architect was Edward Prior and in his book about Prior, Professor German Sims Woodhead () Professor of Pathology Cambridge University from absent.
Emma Macgregor, sister-in-law, 60, widow, Victoria British Columbia In he was created K.B.E. in recognition of his valuable war work. (from his obituary in Nature, Bacteria and their products, with an appendix giving a short account of bacteriological methods, [and] a diagnostic description of the commoner bacteria [FACSIMILE] Paperback – January 1, by Woodhead, German Sims, Sir (Author) See all Author: Woodhead, German Sims, Sir.
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The death of Sir G. Sims Woodhead, one of the Vice- Presidents was reported to the Council on February 3rd, A draft report of some length was submitted by the Health Propaganda Sub-Committee on March 3rd, Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Woodhead, G. Sims, (German Sims), Sir, Translator: Myers, W.
Title: Histology of the Blood, Normal and Pathological Language: juvenile : juvenile lit in German: verne ( | ) by Verne in French or Italian. The book considers the reasons for medical emigration, highlights the importance of medical networks – both male and female – and shows how doctors adapted to new methods in their profession.
Sir Thomas Frederick Chavasse (–). (Source German Sims Woodhead (– SIR GERMAN SIM.S WOODHEAD, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Pathology in tlhe U'iversi y of Cambridge. SiR GERMAN SIMS WOODHEAD, K.B.E., Professor of Pathology' in the University of Calubridge, died at Aistliorpe Hul, Lincolnshire, on Thursday, December 29th,aged His death will be lelt as a personal losms by a large of.
in ihrer Begründung auf physiologische und pathologische Gewebelehre (German) (as Author) Woodhead, G. Sims, (German Sims), Sir, Histology of the Blood, Normal and Pathological (English) (as Commentator).
Author(s): Woodhead,G Sims(German Sims), Title(s): Papworth; administrative & economic problems in tuberculosis,by Sir German Sims Woodhead [and others]. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Cambridge [Eng.] University Press.
Woodhead, G. Sims, (German Sims), Sir, [Commentator] Histology of the Blood Normal and Pathological(English) Woodhouse, Frederick W. The Churches of Coventry A Short History of the City & Its Medieval Remains(English) Woodhouse, T., The Jute Industry: from Seed to Finished Cloth(English) Woodley, J.
B. With a Vengeance(English).1. Author(s): Woodhead,G Sims(German Sims),; Varrier-Jones,Pendrill,Sir, Title(s): Industrial colonies and village settlements for the consumptive,by Sir German Woodhead and P. C. Varrier-Jones with preface by Sir Clifford Allbutt.the medical examining bodies and schools of the united kingdom.
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