Wenyon, Charles Morley (1878-1948)
- Wenyon, Charles Morley, 1878-1948
- Archives and manuscripts
About this work
Zoology notebooks as a student at University College London, c.1900-1905; field notebook while with HM Forces in Egypt 1916 (work on intestinal protozoa).
Charles Morley Wenyon (1878-1948), CMG, CBE, FRS, was a protozoologist.
He was educated at Kingswood School, Bath, then gained MB, BS and BSc at University College London.
He served in H.M. Forces in Egypt during the First World War. He was awarded the CMG in 1918 and the CBE in 1919.
He was Director of Research in the Tropics to the Wellcome Bureau of Scientific Research.
In 1927 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.
For an obituary see Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society vol.6 (London: Printed and published for the Royal Society by Harrison & Sons Ltd., 1948-1949), pp.627-642, by Cecil A Hoare.
In the Wellcome Library:
Much material by Wenyon can be found in the archives of the Wellcome Bureau of Scientific Research (WA/BSR), the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum (WA/HMM) and the Wellcome Foundation (WF/).