London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is a wonderful Art-deco building faced in Portland Stone. It was where Professor Anthony J Sargeant worked from 1970 until 1977 as a research scientist in the Medical Research Council’s Environmental Physiology Research Unit and where he completed the research for his PhD (part-time) which was awarded by the Board of Studies in Physiology of The University of London for a thesis on the effects of disuse atrophy of human muscle. The School which is a postgraduate school of The University of London is in Keppel Street with side facades on Malet Street and Gower Street. Tony’s office and basement laboratory were on the Malet Street side of the building facing the imposing Senate House building of The University of London.

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