Title Sir Ronald Ross, C.S. Sherrington, and R.W. Boyce in a laboratory at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Gouache by W.T. Maud, 1899.
Imprint [Liverpool], [1899]

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Physical description 1 drawing : gouache in grisaille on paper ; sheet 29.9 x 40.7 cm
Note Published in The Graphic, 17 June 1899, p. 765, with legend "Professor Boyce and Professor Sherrington examining malarial microbes".
References T. Kelly, For advancement of learning, Liverpool, 1981
W. Schupbach, The Iconographic Collections of the Wellcome Institute Library, London 1989, fig. 1 and p. 53
Summary The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine was founded in 1899. R.W. Boyce was the first Dean. C.S. Sherrington was Holt Professor of Physiology at University College, Liverpool, from 1895. Ross was the first Lecturer in Tropical Diseases and, from 1903 to 1912, Alfred Jones Professor of Tropical Medicine
Cite as Wellcome Library no. 7i
Other relationship Professor Boyce and Professor Sherrington examining malarial microbes
Author, etc. Maud, W. T., 1865-1903.
Subject name Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
Place name Liverpool (England)
Subject name Sherrington, Charles Scott, Sir, 1857-1952.
Boyce, Rubert W. (Rubert William), Sir, 1864-1911.
Ross, Ronald, Sir, 1857-1932.
Genre/Technique Gouaches.
Group portraits.
Copy photo no. V 6747
L 12069
M 18017
System no. .b11705619
Record no. 7i