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The authors gratefully acknowledge all the cooperation extended by Medical Superintendent, Sir Ronald Ross Institute of Tropical and Communicable Diseases (government fever hospital), Hyderabad.
Later on his demise on 16th September, 1932, the resolutions of sorrow were passed at the meeting of Scientific Advisory Board and Governing Body of the IRFA in September 1932 and the Obituary of Legendry Sir Ronald Ross was published in the January 1933 issue of the IJMR (1).
It was a shipping magnate who would provide the finance for the city's pioneering research into tropical diseases, leading to the establishment of the world renowned Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, where Sir Ronald Ross made his advances into the treatment of malaria.
This curiously leads him to the world of Sir Ronald Ross, the Nobel Prize-winning scientist who in 1898 solved the "malaria puzzle" in Calcutta.
Ten Indians to date have been honoured with the coveted prize, five of them -- Sir Ronald Ross (1902, Medicine), C.
Based in Crown Street and a stone's throw from the Royal Liverpool Hospital, the new building is named after Sir Ronald Ross.
1902: Sir Ronald Ross received a Nobel Prize for identifying the Anopheles Mosquito as the source of the Malaria parasite.
The man who demonstrated that malaria is transmitted by mosquitoes, Sir Ronald Ross, developed the first mathematical model of malaria transmission in 1911.
It was at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in 1902 that Sir Ronald Ross discovered that malaria was transmitted by the mosquito.