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Ke-sheng Lin

Ke-sheng Lin was a Chinese university professor.

Background

  • He was a son of Lim Boon-keng.

  • Education

    • Ke-sheng Lin educated at Lyon's School, Harrow and George Watson's College, Edinburgh. He received the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1919, Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1920, Doctor of Science degree in 1924.

    Career

    • Ke-sheng Lin was Goodsir Memorial Fellow (University of Edinburgh) in 1920 and Research Fellow at the University of Chicago in 1924. He worked also as a F. R. S. E. lecturer in physiology at the University of Edinburgh in 1919-1923, professor and head of the department of physiology at Peking Union Medical College since 1924, editor of the Chinese Journal of Physiology in Peking since 1926.

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    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    Han
    • 1919 - 1923
      F. R. S. E. lecturer in physiology, University of Edinburgh
      Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    • 1920
      Goodsir Memorial Fellow, University of Edinburgh
      Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    • 1924
      professor, head of the department of physiology, Peking Union Medical College
      Peking, China
    • 1924
      Research Fellow, University of Chicago
      Chicago, Illinois, United States
    • 1926
      editor, Chinese Journal of Physiology
      Peking, China