Accession UAA-2005-046 - UAA-2005-046

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  • Textual record

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  • [ca. 1935-1960] (Creation)
    Cantor, Maxwell Mordecai

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0.2 m of textual material; 3 8mm films; 30 graphics

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([ 1903 ] - 1981)

Biographical history

Coroner, Biochemist, [1903]-1981. One of the University Hospital's first interns, Maxwell Mordecai Cantor joined the University as a Fellow in Biochemistry in 1930, the same year he was appointed Coroner for the Province of Alberta. He became chief provincial coroner in 1948, relinquishing his associate professorship at the University the following year. Dr. Cantor also served as Director of the Medical Research Division at the University of Alberta Hospital. He retired in 1976. Dr. Cantor conducted experimental research in endocrinology, and during World War II he set up the Provincial Blood Bank in the University's biochemistry laboratory.

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Materials concerning pathological chemistry and other medical fields.

Research notes, lecture notes, lab reports, court proceedings, newspaper clippings, awards, Poulenc Ltd drug posters, correspondence, microscopic slides and 8mm colour films of family, lab and 1939 Royal Visit.

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  • English

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    accession register; index

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    Material transferred from 2005-39.

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    DBRACEWELL 3.27.2009

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