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|Hopkins, Frederick Gowland.|
Adm. at EMMANUEL, Mar. 1, 1900. S. of Frederick. M.A. 1900; Hon. Sc.D. 1933.
F.R.S., 1905. Fellow of Emmanuel, 1907-10. Fellow of Trinity, 1910-47;
Praelector in Biochemistry. Hon. Fellow of Emmanuel, 1911. D.Sc., London. Hon.
LL.D., Birmingham, Aberdeen, Glasgow and St Andrews. Hon. Sc.D., Oxford,
Manchester, Dublin, Leeds, Sheffield, Reading, Harvard. D.C.L., Durham. At
Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P., 1894. F.R.C.P., 1914. Demonstrator in
Physiology and Chemistry at Guy's Hospital. Reader in Chemical Physiology at
Cambridge, 1902-14. Professor of Biochemistry, 1914-21; Sir Wm. Dunn
Professor, 1921-43; [p.438] retired. The outstanding Biochemist of his time,
his name will always be popularly associated with the 'discovery of vitamins.'
One of the original members of the Medical Research Council; retired, 1930.
Member of the Agricultural Research Council. Huxley Memorial Lecturer, 1920.
Hertz Lecturer, New York and Baltimore, 1921. Cameron Prizeman, University of
Edinburgh, 1922. Nobel Prize for Medicine, 1929. One of the Official Analysts
to the Home Office. President of the Royal Society, 1930-5. President of the
British Association, 1933. Knighted, 1925. O.M., June, 1935. Of Saxmeadham,
Grange Road, Cambridge. Died May 16, 1947. (Medical Directories; Who's
|Frederick Gowland HOPKINS |
Approx. lifespan: 18611947
Adm. Emmanuel College 1900:03:01
s. of Frederick Hopkins MA 1900
Hon. ScD 1933
Fellow of Emmanuel College 1907-10
Fellow of Trinity College 1910-47
Praelector in Biochemistry.
Hon. Fellow of Emmanuel College 1911
Hon.LLD Birmingham, [Warwickshire],
? Sch: St Andrews St Andrews, [Fife],
Hon. ScD Oxford, Manchester, [Lancashire],
Leeds, [West Riding of Yorkshire],
Harvard, [Massachusetts], USA ,
At: Guy's Hospital [London],
Demonstrator in Physiology: and Chemistry at Guy's Hospital [London],
Reader in Chemical Physiology Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], 1902-14
Professor: of Biochemistry 1914-21
"Sir Wm. Dunn"
Professor: 1921-43 retired
The outstanding Biochemist of his time, his name will always be popularly associated with the "discovery of vitamins."
One of the original members of the Medical Research
Member of Agricultural Research Council
Huxley Memorial Lecturer: 1920
Hertz Lecturer: New York, [ USA ],
? Sch: Baltimore Baltimore, [Maryland], USA , 1921
Sch: University of Edinburgh Edinburgh, [Scotland], 1922
Nobel Prize for Medicine 1929
"One of the"
Official: Analysts to
President of Royal Society 1930-35
President of British Association 1933
Of Saxmeadham Grange Road, Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire],
( Medical Directories ; Who's Who )
[add:]Enrolled as medical student at Guy's Hospital, [London], , aged 27, after working in an insurance office for 6 months, in an analytical chemist's laboratory and in the laboratory at Guy's, [London], [:add]
[add:]Qualified 1894 and Demonstrated in Physiology at Guy', [London], until 1898[:add]
[add:]Tutor at Emmanuel College 190610[:add]
[add:]Charcoal portrait by E. Kapp in Fitzwilliam Museum; portrait by G. Henry, 1926, in Dept. of Biochemistry[:add]
[add:]Photographs: CAS: H.218; < > CUA , : Phot. 5678[:add]
[add:](F.H. Stubbings: 49 Lives ; Goodison: CP: 72, 221)[:add]
[add:] bur. Ascension Parish Burial Ground, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire , [:add]
[add:](Martin Packer, 2014)[:add]