Sidney Harris Cox Martin

Sidney Martin was born in Jamaica 1860 whose main contributions were in realm of infectious diseases, particularly tuberculosis.

He was a member and chief experimenter of a Royal Commission to investigate the effect on human health of meat from infected animals. His report, accurate and complete, was published in 1895 as an appendix to the report of the Royal Commission and because of it he was elected

W. J. O'Connor

British Physiologists, 1885-1914: A Biographical Dictionary. Manchester University Press, 1990

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