Thursday, 20 January 2011

Trap - 1st Part


The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine , England, was founded on 12 November 1898, by a donation from Sir Alfred Lewis Jones, a Liverpool Shipowner. The donation of £350 created the first school of its kind in the world. The school has made many contributions to tropical medicine especially in identifying the vector for malaria, for which Sir Ronald Ross won the first British Nobel Prize in 1902. Its focus today is on the control of diseases caused by poverty.
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