The Statistics of Anti-Typhoid and Anti-Cholera Inoculations, and the Interpretation of Such Statistics in General
“Laws” of Mortality from the Biological point of view
- PhilosophyJournal of Hygiene
- 1 December 1928
The imperfect results of study of epidemiological phenomena observable in communities of mice exposed to risk of infection are brought together and their practical value is negligible, while as a contribution to the history of “laws” of mortality what is omitted is perhaps as important as what is discussed.
THE STRANGERS WITHIN OUR GATES
- 31 May 1941
The Adrenal Cortex and Intersexuality
The adreno-genital syndrome is essentially Sec0U(]n*-ln na^ure and refers to the appearance of male S'011 in r+i S0X characters in the female with retrogresobserypj female sex characters.
“Status Thymico-Lymphaticus” considered in the light of Recent Work on the Thymus
In the year 1911 the heading “Status Lymphaticus” was first used in the publications of the Registrar-General of England and Wales and, in that year, 121 deaths were assigned primarily to this…
Statistics and Mathematics
- 3 August 1946
The curriculum for the Actuary Science option is designed to prepare the student to pass several of the examinations run by actuarial professional societies.
The Sources and Nature of Statistical Information in Special Fields of Statistics
- Computer Science, Medicine
- 1 May 1948
Epidemiological Reflections on the Air War
- MedicineBritish medical journal
- 16 November 1940