Director, Central Emergency Medical Service Training School, Tuyunkwan, Kueiyang, China. Organized the Chinese Red Cross Medical Relief Corps. Received report on the plague epidemic in Changteh, Hunan Province, China. Born in 1897 in Singapore; died in 1969. Moved to Scotland at age 8 and earned his medical degree at Edinburg University. Served as the Surgeon-General in China. Established Western physiology in China. In 1947, he reorganized and became President the National Defense Medical Center in China. For more information, see the biographical memoir published by the National Academy of Sciences here.