Sir Cedric Stanton Hicks (1892-1976). :
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Sir Cedric Stanton Hicks came to Adelaide in 1926 after an outstanding student career at the University of Otago in New Zealand, war service and a research studentship at Cambridge, to take up a Sheridan Research Fellowship and lectureship in Physiology at the University of Adelaide in 1926. He was appointed Professor of Human Physiology and Pharmacology from 1927, a position he retained until 1958 when he became Emeritus Professor. He was knighted in 1936 for his services to medical science.

A detailed list of the papers can be found here: Sir Cedric Stanton Hicks. Papers. MSS 572.9942 H631p

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1974Series 1: Just in time. A physiologist among the nomad tribes of Central Australia 1929-1939. (1974)Hicks, Sir Cedric Stanton
195010. An account of the Adelaide Medical School, 1926-1956, as seen from the point of view of the first Professor of Human Physiology and Pharmacology'-
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