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Alison Brading

Alison Brading graduated in zoology at the University of Bristol, where she also obtained her Ph.D. Moving to Oxford University in 1965, she was appointed to a University Lectureship in 1972. She has co-edited two books on smooth muscle (with Edith Bülbring and others) and one on women physiologists, with Lynn Bindman and Tilly Tansey. She is also the author of The Autonomic Nervous System and Its Effectors (1999).

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Edith Bülbring

German-born scientist Edith Bülbring was renowned for her work in smooth muscle physiology, which paved the way for contemporary cellular investigations. She pursued this work through a large and flourishing large research group at Oxford University, which she led for seventeen years. In 1958 she was elected to the Royal Society.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Alison Brading." (Viewed on December 5, 2020) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/brading-alison>.

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