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Biographical entry Gill, Dudley Arthur (1901 - 1973)

Born
1901
Died
1973
Occupation
Veterinary scientist

Summary

Dudley Arthur Gill was a prominent Veterinary Scientist who contributed to bacteriology in Australia and New Zealand. Born in England Dudley Arthur Gill emigrated to New Zealand in 1923 where he later worked as Assistant Director of the Department of Agriculture's Veterinary Research Laboratory and District Superintendent of livestock in the Wellington district. In 1937 Dudley Arthur Gill became the Officer-in-charge of the Australian McMaster Laboratory until 1954 when he became chief of the Animal Health and Production division of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) stepping down in 1959. Dudley Arthur Gill also served on numerous boards and professional organisations such as the Australian Veterinary Association from whom he was awarded the Gilruth Prize in 1962.

Details

Events

1954 - 1959
Career position - Chief, Animal Health and Production division of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
1962
Award - Gilruth Prize, Australian Veterinary Association

Published resources

Journal Articles

  • 'Obituaries: Dudley Arthur Gill, FRCVS, DVSM; Leo William Mahaffey, BVSc; Stanley Allin Mountjoy, LVS', Australian Veterinary Journal, vol. 49, no. 7, 1973, pp. 358-361. Details
  • E., G., 'Dudley Arthur Gill, F.R.C.V.S., D.V.S.M.', Australian Veterinary Journal, vol. 49, 1973, pp. 358-9. Details

Online Resources

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