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Charles Kellaway - Biography - Fostering An Australian Medical Research Culture
... Throughout the 1920s and 30s, when there were only a handful of medical research institutes in the country and very little original investigation was undertaken at the universities, the Hall Institute represented a ... Government and the Rockefeller Foundation to jointly finance the Hall Institute's new virus research department under Burnet ... while his experience and the conspicuous success of the Hall Institute meant that he was consulted by other emerging facilities ...
Michael P. Riccards
... He currently serves as executive director of the Hall Institute of Public Policy – New Jersey ... became the first executive director of the Hall Institute of Public Policy - New Jersey in Trenton ... At the Hall Institute, he worked on creating a website, Hallnj.org, established a television forum, a radio show, and published four volumes of essays from the website ...
CSL Limited - History
... William Penfold, CSL commenced operation in the vacant Walter and Eliza Hall Institute building at the Melbourne Hospital in 1918, before moving to its purpose-built ... in conjunction with the snake venom research undertaken by Charles Kellaway at the Hall Institute ... In 1934 the research on snake venoms was transferred from the Hall Institute to CSL under the direction of former snake showman, Tom 'Pambo' Eades ...
Frank Macfarlane Burnet - Later Life
... Following his resignation from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Burnet was offered an office at the University of Melbourne in the School of Microbiology ... In all, he wrote a further 16 books after his retirement from the Hall Institute ... of Australia many of his distinguished colleagues from the Hall Institute such as Nossal and Fenner were pall-bearers, and he was buried near his paternal grandparents after a private family service at Tower ...

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