G. Robert Coatney, US parasitologist

G. Robert Coatney, US parasitologist

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Caption: G. Robert Coatney (1909-1991). Portrait of the US parasitologist G. Robert Coatney. Coatney was instrumental in developing the drug chloroquine for the treatment of malaria. He was a career US Public Health Service officer and Director of the National Institute of Health's Laboratory of Parasite Chemotherapy, USA, from 1935 to 1975.

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