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[Curriculum Vitae of Ralph A. Lewin]

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Name : Ralph Arnold IRWIN Date and place of birth: 30 April 1921: London, England. Married: 11 June 1950. Wife's name: Joyce Mary CHISMORE. Children: none. Education 1932-39 Kilburn Grammar School. London Matriculation (10 subjects) 1937-38. London University Inter. BSc. (Bot, Zool. Chem. Math.) 1939. State Scholarship. 1939-41 Downing College Cambridge. College sxhibition 1940-41. 1946-47 Natural Science Tripos, Part I. (Bat, Zool. Chem. Biochem.) First class honours 1941. Natural Science Tripos, Part II. (Botany). First class honours 1947. BA, 1942. MA, 1946. 1947-51 Sir John Dill Fellowship (1947-48) at Yale University. Hooker Fellowships, graduate assistantships, etc. M.S. 1949. PhII. 1940. Thesis: The life cycle and genetics of Chlamydomonas moewusii Gerloff. Sumnler terms: 1948: Stanford University, Pacific Grove, Calif. Marine algae - Prof. G.M. Smith. _ Microbiology - Prof. C.B. van Niel. 1949: Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods L13le7 Mass Marine botany, andindependent resew@. 1955: Lalor fellowship at M.B.L., Woods Hole, Mass. Posts held 1942 Member of team of Marine Algae Survey of British Isles. (Ministry of Supply) 1943 Assistnt, Wood Pigeon Investigation. (Bureau of Animal Population, Oxford.) 1943-46 Private, H.M. Forces (Army). 1950-51 Special lecturer, Botany Department, Yale University. 1951 (Long Vat. Term) Demonstrator, Botany School, Cambridge, G.B. 1951-52 Instructor, Botany Department, Yale University. 1952-55 Assistant Research Officer, National Research Council, (Maritime Regional Laboratory), Halifax, N.S., &&a. 1953-55 Special lecturer, Biology Department, Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S. Canada. Languages Speaking and writing knowledge ofhench, Italian, Esperanto. Reading and some understanding of spoken German. Societies Sigma Xi. Society for General Microbiology. Canadian Society of Microbiologists. Phycological Society of America. Special interests Microbiology, including micro

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