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A John Bloodworth

A John Bloodworth

Lecturer 1968-1986
Reader 1986-1998

John Bloodworth, one of the stars of the staff cricket side, did his PhD with Alwyn Davies and became a lecturer in the Department in 1968 specializing in the organic chemistry of peroxides, trioxanes and analogues of the antimalarial agent qinghaosu .

Always popular with undergraduates for his enthusiasm, he rarely looked as avuncular as he does in the photograph from the old research booklet and website:


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