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David Tyrrell (physician)

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David Tyrrell

Born
David Arthur John Tyrrell

(1925-06-19)19 June 1925
Died2 May 2005(2005-05-02) (aged 79)
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Alma materUniversity of Sheffield
Scientific career
Doctoral studentsWendy Barclay[1]

David Arthur John Tyrrell CBE FRS (1925–2005) was a British virologist. Born 19 June 1925, he studied medicine at the University of Sheffield, then worked at the Medical Research Council's Common Cold Unit from 1957, becoming its Director from 1982. He retired from there in 1990[2] and subsequently carried out research at the Centre for Applied Microbiology and Research at Porton Down, where he also worked on his scientific autobiography, Cold Wars.[3] He died on 2 May 2005.[3]

Awards and honours

He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1970,[3] and was appointed Commander of the Order of British Empire (CBE) in 1980.[3] He held honorary degrees from the University of Sheffield (1979) and the University of Southampton (1990), and received the Stewart Prize (1977), the Ambuj Nath Bose prize (1983),[citation needed] and the Conway Evans Prize (1986).[3]

References

  1. ^ Barclay, Wendy S. (1988). The humoral immune response to rhinovirus infection. copac.jisc.ac.uk (PhD thesis). University of Reading. OCLC 499917328. EThOS uk.bl.ethos.383380.
  2. ^ Tilli Tansey; Peter Catterall; Sonia V Willhoft; Daphne Christie; Lois Reynolds, eds. (1997), Technology Transfer in Britain: The Case of Monoclonal Antibodies; Self and Non-Self: A History of Autoimmunity; Endogenous Opiates; The Committee on Safety of Drugs, Wellcome Witnesses to Contemporary Medicine, History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group, ISBN 978-1-869835-79-8Wikidata Q29581528
  3. ^ a b c d e Kerr, J. R.; Taylor-Robinson, D. (2007). "David Arthur John Tyrrell. 19 June 1925 -- 2 May 2005: Elected FRS 1970". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society. 53 (0): 349–363. doi:10.1098/rsbm.2007.0014. ISSN 0080-4606.

External links

David Tyrrell on the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group website


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