Fonds MSS 262 (A2006-073) - John F. Templeton

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John F. Templeton

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CA UMASC MSS 262 (A2006-073)

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  • 1953-2002 (Creation)
    Templeton, John F.

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1.75 m of textual records

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Templeton did postdoctoral work at UCLA (1961-1962), Brandeis University (1962-1964) & the University of London (1964-1967). He joined the School of Pharmacy at the University of Manitoba in 1967. He was made full professor in 1975.

Dr. Templeton's research has been directed toward the structure-metabolism relationships, steroid enzyme inhibition of potential value in the treatment of hormone dependent cancers, and on the cardiotonic structure-activity relationships between the plant cardiac glycosides and hormonal steroids, latterly in relation to an endogenous human steroid equivalent . Dr. Templeton gained an international reputation for his research on the organic and medicinal chemistry of steroids and serves on the editorial board of the journal, Steroids. In 2001 he was given a Doctor of Science by the University of London. In 2002 he was made a Professor Emeritus by the Faculty of Pharmacy.

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The fonds was donated to the Department of Archives & Special Collections in 2006.

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The fonds is divided into 5 series. They include: Biographical information, articles & papers, course material, research material & student research notebooks.

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The student research notebooks will require permission to copy.

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Finding aid created and encoded by Lewis St. George Stubbs (May 2008). Revised by N. Courrier (September 2019).

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