Portrait Of Lord Florey

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19690328]

1889-1968

As Professor of Pathology at Oxford. Lord Florey led the research team who in 1940 obtained penicillin in concentrated form, and first demonstrated its efficacy in animals and man. An Australian by birth, he was largely responsible for the foundation of the National University at Canberra, and brought his vigorous personality to bear as President of the Royal Society, and Provost of The Queen's College, Oxford

Speakers include:

PROFESSOR E. P. ABRAHAM DR. J. M. BARNES SIR LINDOR BROWN

PROFESSOR FRANK FENNER

DR. C. M. FLETCHER , SIR IAN FRASER PROFESSOR A. D. GARDNER DR. N. G. HEATLEY DR. D. C. MARTIN

J. 0. PRRSTWICH DR. A. G. SANDERS

DR. TREVOR Williams

PROFESSOR R. D. WRIGHT

Compiled and produced by ROBERT POCOCK

Genome: [r4 Bd=19690328]

Unknown: Professor E. P. Abraham

Unknown: Dr. J. M. Barnes

Unknown: Sir Lindor Brown

Unknown: Professor Frank Fenner

Unknown: Dr. C. M. Fletcher

Unknown: Sir Ian Fraser

Unknown: Professor A. D. Gardner

Unknown: Dr. N. G. Heatley

Unknown: Dr. D. C. Martin

Unknown: J. 0. Prrstwich

Unknown: Dr. A. G. Sanders

Unknown: Dr. Trevor Williams

Unknown: Professor R. D. Wright

Produced By: Robert Pocock