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The old Royal Infirmary; Dr Robert Minnitt, far left, with his gas and air machine for use in childbirth; Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine continues its pioneering work on tropical diseases today; Sir Ronald Ross helped find a cure for malaria
Sir Ronald Ross became the first British winner of a Nobel prize for medicine when, in 1902, he was recognised for his discovery that malaria is carried by mosquitoes9.
Bare footed street urchins in 1930s Liverpool; Sir Ronald Ross ; Health pioneer Dr William Duncan Kitty Wilkinson
SIR RONALD ROSS left a Liverpool legacy to be proud of.
One of the most famous was in 1902 when Sir Ronald Ross became the first British winner of a Nobel prize for medicine when he discovered that malaria is carried by mosguitoes.
n Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine's Sir Ronald Ross discovered in 1902 that malaria was transmitted by a mosquito, winning the Nobel Prize for Medicine.
It became the first British medical institution to win a Nobel Prize for medicine when Sir Ronald Ross, the school's first lecturer, discovered that Malaria was transmitted by the mosquito.