aclami, john george

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aclami, john george - Aclami, john george (1862-1926);
aclami, john george - British pathologist. Born in Manchester, Jan. 12, 1862, he was educated at Owens College, Manchester, and afterwards at Cambridge and Paris. In 1892 he went to McGill University, Montreal, as professor of pathology and bacteriology. In Canada he took high rank in his profession, being president of the Association of American Physicians in 1911-12. Elected F.R.S. in 1905, he served during the Great War with the-Canadian forces in Europe. In 1919 he was appointed vice-chancellor of Liverpool University. He wrote Principles of Pathology, 1908, and The War Story of the Canadian Army Medical Corps, 1918. He died Aug. 29, 1926.

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