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Ferguson-Smith correspondence with Dr Victor Almon McKusick

2 Nov 1961-23 Aug 1965
UGC 188/3/2/9/2
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Includes correspondence regarding collaboration on a paper 'On the X-chromosome of man,' career possibilities, research in progress (1963), personal news, plans for a visit to USA in February-March 1964, and Dr McKusick's work on Reifenstein's Syndrome.

Victor Almon McKusick was University Professor of Medical Genetics and Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is widely regarded as the father of clinical medical genetics and Ferguson-Smith had studied in his department 1957-1961.


2 Nov 1961-23 Aug 1965

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76 pages

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A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics. Material restricted in accordance with Data Protection legislation has not been digitised.

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