CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3471/3/4/21
TitleObservations on Solitary Plasmocytoma
Extent10 leaves
Creator NameAlexander Logie Stalker (1920 - 1987), Professor of Pathology, University of Aberdeen, 1969 - 1982
Administrative HistoryMatthew J. Stewart was Professor of Pathology in the University of Leeds. He developed an interest in asbestosis during the late 1920s and in 1929 led the Medical Research Council-funded research into asbestosis at Leeds University. His research was not continued beyond the term of the grant owing to opposition from industry and general reticence on the part of the Home Office Factory Department.

A.L Taylor was based at the Pathological Laboratory, Bristol General Hospital, but may previously have also worked for the Department of Pathology and Bacteriology in the University of Leeds.
DescriptionM.J. Stewart and A.L. Taylor, 'Observations on Solitary Plasmocytoma' reprinted from Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 35 (1932), 541 - 547.

With covering letter from A.L. Taylor to Professor Shennan: "I enclose this provocative piece of literature incase Prof. Stewart hasn't already done so."
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