Thomas Foxen Anderson Papers 1928-1989


Thomas Foxen Anderson Papers, 1928-1989

Thomas Foxen Anderson Papers 1928-1989

Thomas F. Anderson (1911-1991) was a biophysicist and electron microscopist whose research included Raman spectroscopy; the physiology of yeast; the biological effects of radiation; the biological applications of electron microscopy; and the genetics of bacteria, bacterial viruses, and bacteriophage. He was a Professor of Biophysics at the University of Pennsylvania and a Senior Member of the Institute for Cancer Research in Fox Chase.

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