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Corporate entry Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine (1910 - 1930)

From
1 January 1910
Townsville, Queensland, Australia
To
4 March 1930
Functions
Medical Research
Reference No
CA 552
Legal Status
Agency of the Commonwealth of Australia
Location
Townsville, New South Wales

Summary

The Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine was established in January 1910. The Institute conducted research in the area of tropical medicine. It was abolished in March 1930. The functions of the Institute were taken over by the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

Timeline

 1910 - 1930 Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine
       1930 - 1980 School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

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Published resources

Book Sections

  • Douglas, Robert M., 'One Day in the Medical Life of Queensland: the Opening of the Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine', in John Pearn (ed.), Pioneer Medicine in Australia, Amphion Press, Brisbane, 1988, pp. 135-143, 294. Details
  • Harloe, Lori, 'From North to South: the Translocation of the Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine', in John Pearn (ed.), Pioneer Medicine in Australia, Amphion Press, Brisbane, 1988, pp. 144-158, 295-299. Details

Journal Articles

  • Angus, B. M., Cannon, L. G. R. and Adlard, R. D., 'Parasitology and the Queensland Museum, with Biographical Notes on Collectors', Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Nature, vol. 53, 2007, pp. 1-156. Details
  • Douglas, R. A., 'Dr Anton Breinl and the Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine', Medical Journal of Australia, no. 7 May, 1977. Details
  • Parker, Andrew, 'A "Complete Protective Machinery" - Classification and Intervention Through the Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine, 1911-1928', Health and History, vol. 1, no. 2/3, 1999, pp. 182-201. Details

Online Resources

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