Volume 7. 'Clinical Research in Britain, 1950-1980'
- The Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL
- Part of
- Wellcome Witnesses to Twentieth Century Medicine Seminars
- Archives and manuscripts
About this work
Series consists of papers, correspondence, photographs, cassette tapes and digital material related to the seminar on "Clinical Research in Britain, 1950-1980", which was held at the Wellcome Institute on 9 June 1998. The seminar was part of the Wellcome Witnesses to Twentieth Century Medicine meetings also known as the Witness Seminars. The transcript of this seminar was published as Volume 7 of the Witness Seminar series, L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey (editors), Clinical Research in Britain, 1950-1980, (London: Wellcome Trust, 2000).
The participants for the seminar were; Dr Derek Bangham; Sir Douglas Black; Sir Christopher Booth; Professor Arthur Buller; Professor Eric Bywaters; Professor Leslie Collier; Dr Gordon Cook; Professor John Dickinson; Professor Tony Dornhorst; Professor Alan Glynn; Dr David Gordon; Sir John Gray; Professor Abe Guz; Professor Richard Himsworth; Sir Raymond Hoffenberg; Dr Sheila Howarth; Professor Peter Lachmann; Dr Brandon Lush; Professor Ian McDonald; Professor Donald Munro; Sir Patrick Nairne; Professor Sir Stanley Peart; Professor Guy Scadding; Dr David Tyrrell; Lord Walton of Detchant (Chair); Sir David Innes Williams; and Dr Peter Williams.
The editors of the published transcript were L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey.
The meeting organisers were Dr David Gordon and Dr E.M. Tansey.
Others present at the meeting; Sir Richard Bayliss; Professor Gert Brieger; Dr Mary Cotes; Miss Daphne Gloag; Dr Andrew Hull; Dr Keith Kirkham; Dr Andy Robertson; Professor Tatyana Sorokina; Dr Ian Tait; Dr Billie Williams; and Professor John West.
Apologies sent by; Sir George Alberti, Sir Melville Arnott; Sir Walter Bodmer; Lord Butterfield; Professor John Newsom-Davis, Sir Roy Calne; Sir Richard Doll; Sir Colin Dollery; Sir Terence English; Dr David Evered; Sir George Godber; Dr Malcolm Godfrey; Sir James Gowans; Professor David Kerr; Dame Bridget Ogilvie; Dr Griffith Owen; Sir Michael Peckham; Professor Michael Rawlins; Professor John Swales; Sir Keith Sykes; Lord Turnberg of Cheadle; Sir David Weatherall; Dr J.M.G. Wilson; and Sir Henry Yellowlees.