Sir Ronald Ross’ work on dysentery in Alexandria, Egypt during the Great War

The Ross Collection in the Archives of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine holds material on dysentery during the First World War. Sir Ronald Ross is famous for being the discoverer of the mosquito transmission of malaria and the first Briton to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine. During World War One he was appointed a consultant physician on tropical diseases to … Continue reading Sir Ronald Ross’ work on dysentery in Alexandria, Egypt during the Great War