Dr Muriel Emma Bell (CBE) was awarded the William Gibson Research Scholarship for Medical Women of the British Empire by the Royal Society of Medicine. This enabled her to work for three years with Professor Jack Drummond at University College, London.
Australian Academy of Science. Victor Martin Trikojus 1902-1985 went to London, where Trik spent some months with Professor Jack Drummond at University College. This gave him the opportunity of extending his contacts with endocrinologists, as well as getting to know one of the great figures in British nutrition.
David Hughes, the first Professor and Head of Department of Microbiology at Cardiff (1964-1982) brought back happy memories of the golden past. He also brought the house down with his story of Sir Jack Drummond who coated a haddock with yellow phosphorus to demonstrate to medical students, its "bioluminescence". Trouble was his hands glowed in the darkened lecture theatre more strongly than the fish!
David Lloyd, Biotype. The Newsletter of the School of Pure & Applied Biology, University of Wales Cardiff. Volume 6 Issue 2 April 1996
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Thomas Pfannschmidt (Now University of Jena, Germany)