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Biographical entry Vincent, James Matthew (1911 - )

Born
14 August 1911
Occupation
Microbiologist

Summary

James Matthew Vincent's main research interest was with the root-nodule bacteria of leguminous plants, the host-bacterium symbiosis and its application to agronomic practice.

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1933
Education - Bachelor of Agricultural Science (BScAg) completed at the University of Sydney
1938
Education - DipBact completed at the University of London
1939 - 1966
Career position - Associate Professor of Microbiology at the University of Sydney
1954
Career position - Established an integrated course of microbiology for the Faculty of Science
1956
Education - Doctor of Agricultural Science (DAgSc) received from the University of London
1966 - 1973
Career position - Professor of Microbiology at the University of New South Wales
1967 - 1968
Career position - President of the Australian Society for Microbiology
1973 - 1983
Career position - Honorary Research Affiliate at the University of Sydney
1976 -
Award - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (FTSE)

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Rosanne Walker