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November 30, Hide, deny, spin, threaten: How the school district tried to mask failures that led to Parkland shooting. March 7, February 23, Since then the School has been unremitting in its efforts to improve health, and especially to reduce the malaria in West Africa. In he was elevated to the rank of Knight Commander of the same Order.
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In a movement was set on foot to commemorate the valuable services rendered to the School of Tropical Medicine by its originator and Chairman, Sir Alfred Jones, by founding a Chair of Tropical Medicine in University College to be connected with the School. Ross was appointed to the Professorship in and retained the Chair until , when he left Liverpool, and was appointed Physician for Tropical Diseases at Kings College Hospital, London, a post which he held together with the Chair of Tropical Sanitation in Liverpool.
He remained in these posts until , when he was appointed Consultant in Malariology to the War Office, his service in this capacity, and in special connection with epidemic malaria then occurring on combatant troops, being recognized by his elevation to the rank of Knight Commander, St. Michael and St. George, in He was later appointed Consultant in Malaria to the Ministry of Pensions. In he assumed the post of Director in Chief of the Ross Institute and Hospital of Tropical Diseases and Hygiene, which had been created by admirers of his work, and he remained in this position until his death.
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He was also a President of the Society of Tropical Medicine. He carried out surveys and initiated schemes in many places, including West Africa, the Suez Canal zone, Greece, Mauritius, Cyprus, and in the areas affected by the war. The popular cop series played on Jones' deductive smarts, often concealed by an easygoing, down-home manner.
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