Fifty Years of Human Genetics. A Festschrift and 'Liber Amicorum' to celebrate the Life and Work of George Robert Fraser. George Robert FRASER, Oliver MAYO, Carolyn LEACH.
Fifty Years of Human Genetics. A Festschrift and 'Liber Amicorum' to celebrate the Life and Work of George Robert Fraser

Fifty Years of Human Genetics. A Festschrift and 'Liber Amicorum' to celebrate the Life and Work of George Robert Fraser

Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2007.

Quarto, 568 pages with a few diagrams and illustrations.

Papered boards with the dustwrapper; mint.

Presentation copy. Dated (14 August 2007), warmly inscribed and signed by Oliver Mayo to eminent Australian neurosurgeon Professor Donald Simpson AO (1927-2018), and with Simpson's bookplate on the front pastedown. George Fraser 'has made major contributions to clinical genetics, to the delineation of syndromes (including Fraser syndrome), and to the amelioration of inherited disabilities of hearing and sight. He has also contributed to fundamental population genetics and to the refinement of methods of linkage analysis'. The 75th birthday festschrift 'includes contributions from some sixty of George Fraser's colleagues, friends and former students ... and include new scientific papers, reviews and reminiscences'.

Item #123572

Price (AUD): $135.00