Dr Malcolm Watson, circa 1905, 1905
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100 x 75 mm. Showing Dr (later Sir) Malcolm WATSON (1873-1955) with a group of Chinese boys. Watson served in the Malayan Medical Service from 1900-1908 and was also in private practice in Malaya from 1900-1928. His first appointment was as District Surgeon, Selangor. His most important work was in the field of malaria research, which he started at Klang in 1901 and he served as a member of the F.M.S. Malaria Board from 1911-1928. He also researched the subject in the Netherlands East Indies (1911), India (1923), Africa (1929), and the Balkans (1930). He was the author of a number of works on malaria and its control and was Director of the Ross Institute from 1933-1942.
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