Papers of Sir Roy Cameron (1899 - 1967)
|Title:||Papers of Sir Roy Cameron (1899 - 1967)|
A. Biographical & Personal A.1 - A.5
B. Notebooks & Working papers B.1 - B.5
C. Lectures, publications, manuscripts C.1 - C.11
D. Work on pathologists & history of pathology D.1 - D.12
|Held by:||London University: University College London (UCL) Special Collections, not available at The National Archives|
Summary of the career of Sir Roy Cameron
b.1899 Victoria, Australia
1911 - 16 educ. Kynaton High School
1916 University of Melbourne, Queen's College
1923 Tutor in Physiology, Histology and Pathology, Queen's College
1925 - 27 Assistant, and Deputy Director, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
1927 work under Aschoff, Freiburg-im-Breisgau
1928 - 30 Graham Scholar in Pathology, University College Hospital Medical School, London
1930 - 33 Beit Fellow, U.C.H.M.S.
1932- 52 Assistant Editor, Journal of Pathology & Bacteriology
1934 - 37 Reader in Pathology
1937 - 64 Professor of Morbid Anatomy, U.C.H.M.S
1939 - 45 seconded to Chemical Defence Experimental Station, Porton Down
1946 - 64 Director of the Graham Department, U.C.H.M.S.
1957 created Knight Bachelor
1960 Royal Medal, Royal Society
1962 Foundation President, College of Pathologists.
A full account of the professional and government committees on which Cameron served may be found in the Biographical Memoir.
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Listed by Jeannine Alton and Harriot Weiskittel"