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Biographical entry Dale, Henry Hallett

Occupation
Medical scientist

Summary

Henry Hallett Dale was the first Director of the National Institute for Medical Research, Britain 1928-42 and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine (with O. Loewi) in 1936.

Archival resources

Royal Society of London

  • Henry Hallett Dale - Records, 1935 - 1964, M1941; Royal Society of London. Details

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See also

McCarthy, G.J.