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John Raymond Hobbs

John Raymond Hobbs, British immunology educator. Recipient Vicker's award Association Clinical Biochemists, Great Britain, 1981; Silver medal City of Bruges (Belgium), 1972; named Distinguished Clinical Chemist Canada Society Clinical Chemists, 1977; winner Paul Martini prize, 1973.

Background

  • Hobbs, John Raymond was born on April 17, 1929 in Aldershot, England. Son of Frederick Walter Haydn and Anna Helena (Froseler) Hobbs.

  • Education

    • Graduate Medical School, 1963-1970.

    Career

    • Professor chemical pathology University London, 1970-1984, professor chemical immunology, since 1984. Chairman numerous sci. Visiting professor numerous univs.

      Contributor numerous articles to professional journals Served with Royal Army Medical Corps, 1947-1949.

    Works

    • Contributor numerous articles to professional journals Served with Royal Army Medical Corps, 1947-1949.

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of England

    Membership

    Member council Royal College Pathologists, 1971-1974. Member International Cooperative Group for Bone Marrow Transplant, Board of European Bone Marrow Transplantation, International Federation Clinical Chemists (chairman expert panel on proteins 1970-1979). Member Church of England.

    Club: Athenaeum (London).

    Connections

    • Children– Wendy, Lucy, Trudy.
    • father: Frederick Walter Haydn Hobbs
    • mother: Anna Helena (Froseler) Hobbs
    • children: Wendy Hobbs
    • Lucy Hobbs
    • Trudy Hobbs
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    Born April 17, 1929
    Died July, 2008
    (aged 79)
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