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Correspondence regarding arrangements for seminars delivered in the Department of Genetics by visiting academics

Date
14 Jun 1966-1 May 1967
Reference
UGC 155/2/4
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Papers of Dr James Harrison Renwick, 1926-1994, geneticist, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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Description

Includes:
Correspondence between Renwick and Dr W Watson Buchanan concerning Dr Buchanan's suggestion that Dr Jarvis E Seegmiller present a paper on 'Abnormalities of purine metabolism encountered in human metabolic diseases during his visit to Glasgow, 14 Jun 1966-1 May 1967;
Correspondence between Renwick and Sir David John Weatherall of the Department of Medicine at the University of Liverpool, concerning Dr Weatherall's proposed seminar on 'The Abnorman Haemoglobins for the University of Glasgow Human Genetics Group on 15 June 1966, 4 May-16 June 1966;
Correspondence between Renwick and Dr W Watson Buchanan concerning Dr F Paul Alepa's visit to Glasgow and the possibility that he may give a seminar for the Human Genetics Group at the University of Glasgow in May 1967. Nov 1966;
Also includes lists of seminar invitees.

Publication/Creation

14 Jun 1966-1 May 1967

Physical description

21 pages

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 Archives Service.

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