1921
Volume 35, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

I am happy to be on the podium at this time. I have been asked to introduce to you a friend of mine.

He is a man I have known for forty-odd years. He went to the same college that I had attended a few years earlier. I recognize that this is the converse of the statement that we went to different schools together, but it indicates that he was influenced by the same teacher, Dr. George S. Tulloch, who was responsible for pointing a number of his students towards parasitology and vector biology. We met briefly when he took his first job with the USPHS. Later on, we worked in the same Laboratory of Tropical Diseases (later the Laboratory of Parasitic Diseases) of the NIH—and so on, and on, and on ….

This man, who is endowed with the names of two saints, has been professing Biology at the University of Notre Dame for the last sixteen years.

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