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Howard Walter Florey in the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford

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Date created: circa 1930s
Howard Florey - Professor of Pathology, University of Sheffield, 1931-1935 and University of Oxford, 1935-1962. While at Oxford University Florey developed penicillin and in 1945 he shared the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology with Ernst Chain and Alexander Fleming.
Location: Oxford, United Kingdom
Other Identifiers: ANUA225-405-1


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