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John Raymond Hobbs

immunology educator

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.

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