Protein Crystallography (Joseph Black Chair)


The Joseph Black Chair of Protein Crystallography was founded in 1988 and is named for the chemist and physician Joseph Black (1728-1799), who was Regius Professor of both Anatomy and Botany at the University in 1756 and Regius Professor of Practice of Medicine from 1757 to 1766.


Protein Crystallography (Joseph Black Chair)
Award Type: Professorships
Year Founded: 1988
Record last updated: 10th Apr 2008

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