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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-354

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Annual Report lix Departmental Notes Professor Nicol lectured on Applied Anatomy as previously at St George's Hospital and at the Royal National Throat Hos- pital Dr ╬ť McMinn was an invited speaker at the sixth postgraduate course in Gastroenterology at the Edinburgh Western General Hos- pital and also at the Royal Society of Medicine Section of Procto- 10gy Dr Cordingley gave course of lectures in anatomy to the physiotherapy students at King's College Hospital Dartford College of Physical Education and Nonington College of Physical Educa- tion The preparation of special dissections for examination purposes and for the Museum continues The chief research interest as previously was the study of the effect of chemical substances on the activity of the reticulo-endothelial system as defence against infection and cancer Dr McMinn is collaborating with clinical colleagues on the cytology of intestinal absorption and on the cellular aspects of tissue repair with special reference to gastric ulceration and perforated tympanic mem- branes DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY Number of Students 245 Sc Special Physiology Total 246 Departmental Notes Professor Harris gave lectures at the Department of Biochemistry University of Leeds and at the Postgraduate Medical School London He attended symposium on the 'X chromosome' at the University of Basle Dr Bell read paper at the first International Conference of Biochemistry in the University of Kansas He took part as an invited speaker in colloquium of the Biochemical Society at the University College of North Wales
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