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Professor Bryan Desmond Harrison, CBE, BSc, PhD, Hon. DAgricFor, FRS, FRSE. Emeritus Professor of Plant Virology, Dundee University, since 1997 (Professor of Plant Virology, 1991-96); b. 16.6.31, Purley, Surrey; m., Elizabeth Ann Latham-Warde; 2 s.; 1 d.
Education: Whitgift School, Croydon; Reading University.
Agricultural Research Council Postgraduate Research Student, 1952-54; Scientific Officer, Scottish Horticultural Research Institute, 1954-57; Senior and Principal Scientific Officer, Rothamsted Experimental Station, 1957-66; Scottish Horticultural Research Institute/Scottish Crop Research Institute: Principal Scientific Officer, 1966, Senior Principal Scientific Officer (Individual Merit), 1969, Deputy Chief Scientific Officer (Individual Merit), 1981; Head, Virology Department, 1966-91; Foreign Associate, US National Academy of Sciences; Honorary Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, St. Andrews University, 1987-99; Honorary Research Professor, Scottish Crop Research Institute, since 1991; Honorary Visiting Professor, Dundee University, 1987-91; Honorary Visiting Professor, Zhejiang University, China, since 2001; Past President, Association of Applied Biologists; Honorary Member: Association of Applied Biologists, Phytopathological Society of Japan, Society for General Microbiology.
Address: (b.) Scottish Crop Research Institute, Invergowrie, Dundee DD2 5DA;
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