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lxx Annual Report of the Delegacy Dr Littleton and Mr Maclean have been investigating the effects of tetrahydrocannabinol the active principle of marijuana on the metab- olism of brain monoamines Dr Prince Mrs Elizabeth Coleshill Mr Prempeh and Mr Toates have continued their research into synthesis of acetylcholine in nerve tissue Dr Prince was the recipi- ent of awards from the Royal Society the American Federation of Experimental Biologists and the Halliburton Travel Fund for the purpose of participation in the Fifth International Congress on Phar- macology San Francisco 1972 The research programme of the department received continuing support from the Science Research Council with grant to Dr Prince for research technician and for equipment and also from the Wellcome Trustees for Research Studentship Dr Littleton has also been generously supported over period of three years with grant from the Benescience Foundation for the purchase of equipment and for the support of research technician DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY Number of Students 248 63 Sc 19 Departmental Notes The arrangements for the establishment of close link between King's College in the Strand and St Thomas's and Westminster Hospitals drag on The problem is one of considerable complexity but no one in the department yet knows whether the so called scheme will come into being or not The prolonged negotiations linked with this possible new development is an unsettling factor in the department and it is hoped that course of action will be definitely decided on in the very near future The department has passed through phase of consolidation during the past year due to the need to replace several members of staff who left to further their careers Dr Joan Abbott continued her studies of the blood brain barrier in invertebrates and lower vertebrates This represented an extension of the previous isotope work in which she was engaged and necessitated the development of electro-physiological techniques She learnt an
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