Plaque

Sir Alexander Fleming - Harefield

Inscription

Hillingdon, London
Alexander Fleming, 1881-1955, biologist, pharmacologist and Nobel prize winner for the discovery of penicillin, appointed regional pathologist at Harefield Hospital in 1939.

Site: Sir Alexander Fleming - Harefield (1 memorial)

UB9, Hill End Road, Harefield Hospital

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Sir Alexander Fleming

Born Lochfield, Scotland. Pharmacologist and bacteriologist who discovered pe...

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London Borough of Hillingdon

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