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The History of Modern Biomedicine
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A Wellcome leap year day?
Pyjamas on Everest and in the lab - tales from the NIMR
Register of interest: Bowel cancer and the Polyposis Registry
Building Henrietta: DIY electrophysiology in the 1950s
What is a Witness Seminar
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St Leger, Selwyn
Tudor Hart, Julian & Thomas, Mary
Ruddock, Joan and Cooper, Jeff
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Today's Neuroscience, Tomorrow's History
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Drugs: Medical Marvels or Malevolent Molecules
'Maud, Nettie, Ghetel and George'
MRC National Institute of Medical Research: The Place The People...
Was the First World War Good for Medicine?
"What's new!?" The life and legacy of Sir Christopher Booth
The History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group
Items tagged with: ataxia
Interview with Professor Patrick MacLeod, conducted by Professor Tilli Tansey, for the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group, 06 June 2015, in Glasgow. Transcribed by Mrs Debra Gee, and edited by Professor Tilli Tansey and Mr Alan Yabsley.
Files & Multimedia
MacLeod, Patrick - 01 Becoming a medical geneticist
Macleod, Patrick - 02 Serendipity and Joseph disease
Macleod, Patrick - 03 Joseph Disease, mapping the gene, professional disputes
Macleod, Patrick - 04 Joseph Disease, Jorge Sequeiros, Portugal & Cuba
Macleod, Patrick - 05 Genetic testing, Fragile X Syndrome, Rett Syndrome & Huntington's Disease
MacLeod, Patrick - 06 Spina bifida & folic acid, other congenital malformations
MacLeod, Patrick - 07 Neurogenetics, screening & exome sequencing
Macleod, Patrick - 08 Exome sequencing and genetic economics
Quote of the Month: Professor Victor Dubowitz
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Image of the Month: Dr Chris Derrett with 'Young Discoverers'
Monday, 3 April 2017
Quote of the Month: Professor Josephine Arendt
Friday, 17 March 2017
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