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Correspondence relating to the establishment of a cytogenetics laboratory in the Genetics Department at the University of Glasgow

Date
24 Mar 1960-6 Aug 1962
Reference
UGC 188/2/2/1
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Papers of Malcolm Andrew Ferguson-Smith, geneticist, Professor of Medical Genetics, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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Description

Contents of Ferguson-Smith's envelope so inscribed: 'Correspondence of MAFS with Professors Pontecorvo and Cappell, and with Dr J. M. Johnstone, Scottish Home and Health Dept and with the MRC - in attempts to get grant support for setting up a cytogenetics lab in the Genetics Dept, Glasgow Univ, 1961-62'.

Includes grant application to Medical Research Council and draft application to the Nuffield Foundation and correspondence between Ferguson-Smith and Professor Daniel Fowler Cappell, Professor Guido Pontecorvo, Dr J M Johnston, the Medical Research Council, and Great Britain and Northern Ireland Scottish Home and Health Department Advisory Committee on Medical Research.

Publication/Creation

24 Mar 1960-6 Aug 1962

Physical description

34 pages

Related material

UGC 188/2/1/1/1.

Location of duplicates

A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics.

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Open and available at Glasgow University Archive Services.

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