Archibald V. Hill

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University College London, London, United Kingdom 
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http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/1922/hill-bio.html
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(1886-1977)
http://www.scs.illinois.edu/~mainzv/Web_Genealogy/Info/hillav.pdf
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1922 was divided equally between Archibald Vivian Hill for his discovery relating to the production of heat in the muscle and Otto Fritz Meyerhof for his discovery of the fixed relationship between the consumption of oxygen and the metabolism of lactic acid in the muscle.

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Parents

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John Newport Langley grad student Cambridge
Walter Morley Fletcher grad student 1905-1914 Cambridge (Physiology Academic Tree)
 (Fletcher was AV Hill's titor at Trinity Cambridge and encouraged him to move to study physiology after AV had compelted the Mathes Tripos.)

Children

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Torsten Teorell research assistant UCL (London)
Bernard C. Abbott grad student UCL
Douglas Wilkie grad student (Physiology Academic Tree)
Ralph H. Fowler grad student 1915 Cambridge University, UK (Physics Tree)
Alan Sterling Parkes grad student 1923 UCL (Chemistry Tree)
Jeffries Wyman grad student 1926 UCL (Chemistry Tree)
William Ruthrauff Amberson grad student 1927-1928 UCL
T P. Feng grad student 1930-1933 UCL
Bernard Katz grad student 1935-1939 UCL
Joseph P. Bouckaert post-doc UCL
Ralph Gerard post-doc UCL
Louis N. Katz post-doc 1924-1924 UCL
Detlev W. Bronk post-doc 1929 UCL
Douglas R. Hartree research scientist 1914-1919 Cambridge (Physics Tree)
Edward Arthur Milne research scientist 1916-1919 Anti-Aircraft Experimental Section (MathTree)
Bryan A. McSwiney research scientist 1920-1922 University of Manchester
Wallace O. Fenn research scientist 1922-1924 UCL
Cyril N. H. Long research scientist 1923-1925 UCL (Chemistry Tree)
Hugh Blaschko research scientist 1929-1930 UCL
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ABBOTT BC, HILL AV, HOWARTH JV. (1958) The positive and negative heat production associated with a nerve impulse. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 148: 149-87
ABBOTT BC, AUBERT XM, HILL AV. (1951) The absorption of work by a muscle stretched during a single twitch or a short tetanus. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 139: 86-104
ABBOTT BC, AUBERT XM, HILL AV. (1950) The absorption of work when a muscle is stretched. The Journal of Physiology. 111: 41p-2p
ABBOTT BC, HILL AV. (1949) The heat of shortening of muscle. The Journal of Physiology. 109: Proc, 7
ABBOTT BC, DOWNING AC, HILL AV. (1947) Rapid equipment for recording muscle heat. The Journal of Physiology. 106: 31
Gerard RW, Hill AV, Zotterman Y. (1927) The effect of frequency of stimulation on the heat production of nerve. The Journal of Physiology. 63: 130-43
Hill AV, Long CN, Lupton H. (1924) The effect of fatigue on the relation between work and speed, in contraction of human arm muscles. The Journal of Physiology. 58: 334-7
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