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|Sir Arnold Burgen|
|Born||20 March 1922|
|Institutions||McGill University, University of Cambridge|
|Alma mater||Middlesex Hospital Medical School|
Sir Arnold Stanley Vincent Burgen, FRS (born 20 March 1922) was Master of Darwin College, Cambridge 1982-89 (Hon. Fellow, 1989), Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Cambridge University, 1985–89, and founding President of the Academia Europæa.
He is married to Olga Kennard.
- Christ's College Finchley
- Student, Middlesex Hospital Medical School (now part of University College, London) (UCL) 1939–45; MB BS 1945, MD 1950.
- House Physician, Middlesex Hospital, 1945; Demonstrator, 1945–48, Asst Lectr, 1948–49, in Pharmacology, Middlesex Hospital Medical School.
- Professor of Physiology, McGill University, Montreal, 1949–62; Deputy Director, University Clinic, Montreal General Hospital, 1957-62.
- Sheild Professor of Pharmacology, University of Cambridge, 1962–71; Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge, 1962–71, Hon. Fellow 1972
- Director, National Institute for Medical Research, 1971-82.
- President, the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology 1972-75
Ernest Basil Verney
|Sheild Professor of Pharmacology, Cambridge University
1962 - 1971
Gustav Victor Rudolf Born
|Master of Darwin College, Cambridge
1982 - 1989
G. E. R. Lloyd
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