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John Anderson (pathologist)

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John Russell Anderson CBE FRSE (31 May 1918 – 30 October 2011) was a Scottish pathologist, Professor of Pathology at the Western Infirmary, Glasgow University, 1967–1983.[1][2][3][4] Colleagues knew him as JRA.

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He was born in Middlesbrough on 31 May 1918, the son of a Glasgow-trained GP. He won a scholarship to study Medicine at St Andrews University. He gained a BSc in Anatomy in 1939 and MB in 1942.[5]

On graduating he worked in hospitals in Dundee and began specialising in pathology under Prof Daniel Fowler Cappell. He then spent 1945 to 1947 doing National Service in Ghana, Libya and Egypt. He rose to the rank of Captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps.

He returned to Scotland to lecture in Pathology at Glasgow University also working at Glasgow Western Infirmary. He then became the George Holt Professor of Pathology at the University of Liverpool. In 1967 he returned to Glasgow as Professor of Pathology.[6]

In 1968 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.[7]

Anderson was a founder member of the British Society for Immunology.

He retired in 1983 and died on 30 October 2011.


  • Immune Antbodies (1955)
  • Auto-Immunity, Clinical and Experimental (1967)


Educational offices
Preceded by
Robert Williams
President of the Royal College of Pathologists
1978 – 1981
Succeeded by
Robert Curran

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