Sir German Sims Woodhead, KBE (29 April 1855 – 29 December 1921) was an English pathologist, born at Huddersfield. [1 ] He studied in [2 ] Huddersfield College, Edinburgh University, and in Berlin and Vienna. In 1899 he was made professor of pathology in Cambridge University. At various times he was president of the [3 ] Royal Medical Society, the Royal Microscopical Society, and temperance organizations. He was the first Editor of the Journal of Pathology. His works include:
Practical Pathology (1883)
Pathological Mycology (1885), with A. W. Hare
Bacteria and Their Products (1891)
Report to the Royal Commission on (1895) Tuberculosis
References [ edit ]
^ Ritchie, J.; Boycott, A. E.; Dean, H. R. (1922). "German Sims Woodhead. K.B.E., M.D., LL.D. Born April 29th, 1855-Died December 29th, 1921". The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 25: 118. doi: 10.1002/path.1700250114.
^ "Woodhead, German Sims (WDHT899GS)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
^ ". WOODHEAD, German Sims" Who's Who, 59: p. 1929. 1907.
External links [ edit ]
Works by German Sims Woodhead at Project Gutenberg
Works by or about German Sims Woodhead at Internet Archive
Sir German Sims Woodhead Michael Worboys,
'Woodhead, Sir German Sims (1855–1921)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004
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