Frederick Colin Courtice

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Frederick Colin Courtice FAA (26 March 1911, Bundaberg - 29 February 1992, Sydney), was an Australian medical scientist who became an expert in lymphatic physiology.[1][2][3][4][5]

His father, Frederick Courtice, was a Queensland politician.

Qualifications and recognition[edit]

Source[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Trevor G. Redgrave (2016). "Courtice, Frederick Colin (1911–1992)". ADB. anu.edu.au. 
  2. ^ P.I. Korner (1994). "Frederick Colin Courtice 1911-1992". Historical Records of Australian Science. BrightSparcs. pp. 35–49. 
  3. ^ "Courtice, Frederick Colin (Colin) (1911 - 1992)". eoas. 
  4. ^ "Courtice, F. C. (Frederick Colin) (1911-1992)". trove.nla.gov.au. 
  5. ^ a b "College Roll: Courtice, Frederick Colin". racp.edu.au.