(19 Aug 1868 - 11 Feb 1941)
Scottish bacteriologist, pathologist and historian who became the chief bacteriologist (Jul 1895) at the antitoxin laboratory of the British Institute for at Sudbury. He spent most of his career as lecturer in bacteriology at the University of London (1897-1934). Bulloch wrote The History of Bacteriology (1938). He was also known as a literary critic, antiquarian, a writer of verse, and for genealogical research.
Science Quotes by William Bulloch (1 quote)
The task allotted to me is to state what is fact and what is fancy in our researches into immunity. We have reached the stage when we marshal our facts and court-martial our fictions.
— William Bulloch
At opening session of the Pathology Section of the British Medical Association Annual Meeting, Oxford (1904). Quoted as recollected by D.J. Hamilton in 'Obituary: The Late Prof. William Bulloch', The British Medical Journal (15 Mar 1941), 1, No. 4184, 422.