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Pasteur Institute, The

METCHNIKOFF, Élie (1845 - 1916), Professor at the Pasteur Institute, Paris

GREIG, Edward David Wilson (1874 - 1950), Indian Medical Service (retd); late Director, Pasteur Institute, Shillong

CALMETTE, Leon Charles Albert (1863 - 1933), Sub-Director of the Pasteur Institute, Paris, since 1917

BORDET, Jules (1870 - 1961), Director of the Pasteur Institute, Brussels, since 1901 (Honorary since 1940); Professor of Bacteriology at the University of Brussels (Honorary since 1935)

MONTAGNIER, Luc (born 1932), Professor, Pasteur Institute, Paris, 1985–2000 (Head of Viral Oncology Unit, 1972–2000); Director of Research, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, since 1974

JACOB, François (1920 - 2013), Croix de la Libération; Grand-Croix de la Légion d’Honneur; biologist; Head of Cellular Genetics Unit, Pasteur Institute, 1960–91; Professor of Cellular Genetics, at the College of France, 1964–91

MONOD, Jacques Lucien (1910 - 1976), Officier de la Légion d’Honneur; Commandeur de l’Ordre National du Mérite; French molecular biologist; Director, Pasteur Institute, Paris, since 1971; Honorary Professor of Molecular Biology at the Collège de France, since 1973

LWOFF, André Michel (1902 - 1994), Grand-Croix de la Légion d’Honneur, 1982 (Grand Officier; Commandeur, 1966; Officier, 1960; Chevalier, 1947); Médaille de la Résistance, 1946; Directeur de l’Institut de Recherches Scientifiques sur le Cancer, 1968–72; Professor of Microbiology, Faculté des Sciences, Paris, 1959–68, and Head of Department of Microbial Physiology, Pasteur Institute, 1938–68

PATEL, Khan Bahadur Burjorji D. (died 1931), accompanied British forces to Quetta and thence proceeded to Afghanistan as a merchant, 1878; carried out several contracts in connection with the Military Works and Public Works Depts and Sind-Pishin Railway; Khan Bahadur, 1889; officer in Volunteer forces in Bengal, 1893; Kaiser-i-Hind medal, 1900; one of the founders of the Pasteur Institute Fund in India and of the Colonisation Scheme for the Parsis

 

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