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Biographical entry Horridge, George Adrian (Adrian) (1927 - )

FAA, FRS

Born
12 December 1927
Occupation
Neurobiologist

Summary

George Adrian (Adrian) Horridge was Professor of Neurobiology at the Australian National University from 1968. He wrote many articles and books on neurological fields such as the nervous system of invertebrates. Horridge was appointed a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and the Royal Society.

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c. 1948
Education - Bachelor of Arts (BA) completed at the University of Cambridge, UK
c. 1949
Education - Master of Arts (MA) completed at the University of Cambridge
c. 1952
Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at the University of Cambridge
1953 - 1954
Career position - Assistant at the Royal Aircraft Establishment in Farnborough, UK
c. 1956
Education - Doctor of Science (ScD) received from the University of Cambridge
1956 - 1968
Career position - Director of the Gatty Marine Laboratory at St Andrew's University
1956 - 1968
Career position - Lecturer then Reader in Zoology at St Andrew's University, UK
1959 - 1960
Career position - Fellow of the Centre for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, USA
1968 -
Career position - Professor of Neurobiology at the Australian National University, Canberra
1972 - 1973
Career position - Visiting Fellow of Balliol College at Oxford University, UK
1976 - 1977
Career position - Visiting Fellow at Churchill College at the University of Cambridge

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Online Resources

McCarthy, G.J.