David Bruce (microbiologist)

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Major-General Sir David Bruce
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David Bruce
Born29 May 1855
Melbourne, Australie
Died27 November 1931(1931-11-27) (aged 76)
Lunnon
NaitionalityScots
CitizenshipBreetish
Alma materVarsity o Edinburgh
Kent fortrypanosome
AwairdsRyal Medal (1904)
Leeuwenhoek Medal (1915)
Buchanan Medal (1922)
Albert Medal (1923)
Manson Medal (1923)
Scientific career
FieldsMicrobiology

Major-General Sir David Bruce KCB FRS FRCP FRSE[1] (29 Mey 1855 in Melbourne – 27 November 1931 in Lunnon) wis a Scots pathologist an microbiologist that investigatit Maltae fiver (later crieed brucellosis in his honour) an African trypanosomiasis (sleepin sickness in humans an nagana in ainimals).

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  1. b., J. R. (1932). "Sir David Bruce. 1855-1931". Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society. 1: 79. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1932.0017.