Charles Harington (chemist)charles harrington chemist warehouse, charles harrington chemist direct
Sir Charles Robert Harington, KBE, FRS 1 August 1897 – 4 February 1972 was a chemist, best known for synthesizing thyroxine
- 1 Life
- 2 Family
- 3 Publications
- 4 References
Although he was born and raised in Llanerfyl, north Wales he was a member of the English aristocracy from the Harington family which can be traced back to 12th century Rutland then Cumberland He was the son of Rev Charles Harington of Llanerfyl and his wife Audrey Emma Bayly He was educated at Malvern College and then Cambridge University, graduating MA in 1919
From 1920 to 1922 he was a Research Assistant in the Therapeutics section of Edinburgh Royal Infirmary He gained a PhD in 'Aspect of the pathology of protein metabolism' from the University of Edinburgh in 1922 He then went to University College, London as a lecturer in Chemical Pathology
He was Professor of Chemical Pathology at University College London between 1931 and 1942, and then director of the National Institute for Medical Research between 1942 and 1962 He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1931 One of his PhD pupils at UCL was Albert Neuberger, later Professor of Chemical Pathology at St Mary's Hospital, London, then part of the University of London
He was knighted in 1948 and appointed Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire KBE in 1962
He died at home in Mill Hill in north-west London on 4 February 1972
In 1923 he married Jessie McCririe Craig They had a son and two daughters
- The Thyroid Gland: Its Chemistry and Physiology 1933
- ^ a b Himsworth, H; Pitt-Rivers, R 1972 "Charles Robert Harington 1897-1972" Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 18: 266 doi:101098/rsbm19720009 JSTOR 769662
- ^ a b Harold Himsworth: Harington, Sir Charles Robert 1897–1972, rev Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004, accessed 4 July 2013
- ^ Biographical Index of Former Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1783–2002 PDF The Royal Society of Edinburgh July 2006 ISBN 0 902 198 84 X
- ^ Robert, Harrington, Charles 1922 "Aspect of the pathology of protein metabolism"
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