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)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1978.0005
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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Walter Morley Fletcher research assistant 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.)
John Newport Langley grad student Cambridge

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 (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
J Murdoch Ritchie grad student 1952 UCL
Joseph P. Bouckaert post-doc UCL
Ralph Gerard post-doc UCL
Takeo Kamada post-doc
Annemarie Weber post-doc University College London
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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Swadling L, Halliday J, Kelly C, et al. (2016) Highly-Immunogenic Virally-Vectored T-cell Vaccines Cannot Overcome Subversion of the T-cell Response by HCV during Chronic Infection. Vaccines. 4
Rollier CS, Hill AV, Reyes-Sandoval A. (2016) Influence of adenovirus and MVA vaccines on the breadth and hierarchy of T cell responses. Vaccine
Rampling T, Ewer KJ, Bowyer G, et al. (2016) Safety and High Level Efficacy of the Combination Malaria Vaccine Regimen of RTS,S/AS01B with ChAd-MVA Vectored Vaccines Expressing ME-TRAP. The Journal of Infectious Diseases
Ewer KJ, Lambe T, Rollier CS, et al. (2016) Viral vectors as vaccine platforms: from immunogenicity to impact. Current Opinion in Immunology. 41: 47-54
Rautanen A, et al. (2016) Polymorphism in a lincRNA Associates with a Doubled Risk of Pneumococcal Bacteremia in Kenyan Children. American Journal of Human Genetics
Afolabi MO, Tiono AB, Adetifa UJ, et al. (2016) Safety and Immunogenicity of ChAd63 and MVA ME-TRAP in West African children and infants. Molecular Therapy : the Journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy
Cappuccini F, Stribbling S, Pollock E, et al. (2016) Immunogenicity and efficacy of the novel cancer vaccine based on simian adenovirus and MVA vectors alone and in combination with PD-1 mAb in a mouse model of prostate cancer. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy : Cii
Dulal P, Wright D, Ashfield R, et al. (2016) Potency of a thermostabilised chimpanzee adenovirus Rift Valley Fever vaccine in cattle. Vaccine
Lambe T, Rampling T, Samuel D, et al. (2016) Detection of Vaccine-Induced Antibodies to Ebola Virus in Oral Fluid. Open Forum Infectious Diseases. 3: ofw031
Davenport EE, Burnham KL, Radhakrishnan J, et al. (2016) Genomic landscape of the individual host response and outcomes in sepsis: a prospective cohort study. The Lancet. Respiratory Medicine
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