Ford Foundation (1936-:)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence between Beatty and various colleagues, 1971-1974
Scope and Contents Correspondence chiefly concerns applications to the Ford Foundation and the Medical Research Council. Key correspondents are A.S Duncan, Anne McLaren, D.S Falconer, F.W.H Elsley and Min-chueh Chang.
Correspondence chiefly with the Ford Foundation concerning the proposed Centre for Reproductive Biology, 1970-1971
Scope and Contents The correspondence is chiefly between Beatty and the Ford Foundation concerning the memorandum submitted by Beatty, Anne McLaren and David T. Baird for the establishment of a Centre for Reproductive Biology. Also present is correspondence with various other departments and individuals at the University of Edinburgh and papers regarding the visits to the University of Edinburgh from the MRC Sub-Committee on Reproductive Biology to the University of Edinburgh (May 1971), and the Ford Foundation...
Correspondence concerning Beatty's withdrawal from the Centre for Reproductive Biology, 1974-1980
Scope and Contents Contains correspondence between Beatty and various, including Richard V. Short, A.S Duncan and the Ford Foundation. Also contains typecript of the speech given by Simone Veil at the opening of the Centre for Reproductive Biology as well as papers regarding the postgraduate course in 'Recent Advances in Human Reproduction' which R.V Short and David Baird organised at the Centre.
Papers concerning a funding application to the Ford Foundation for the Centre for Reproductive Biology, 1971-1976
Scope and Contents Contains correspondence chiefly from Beatty to M.D.W Low, Roger Short and the Ford Foundation. Also contains two copies of 'A proposal by the University of Edinburgh for the establishment of a University Centre of Reproductive Biology located in the grounds of the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh'.
Papers relating to grants from the Ford Foundation, 1960-1983
Scope and Contents Contains papers relating to the application and reporting process to the Ford Foundation, including copies of the reports themselves and correspondence between the Foundation and Beatty, Anne McLaren and others.
Papers relating to the Ford Foundation Conference on the Physiology of Human Reproduction, Venice, 15-21 May 1966, 1966
Scope and Contents From the Series: Folders generally include correspondence along with schedules and programmes of the events.
Ringbinder titled 'Final Narrative Report to the Ford Foundation on Grant No. 720-0457 for the establishment of the University of Edinburgh Centre for Reproductive Biology', 28 July 1983
Scope and Contents The inside front covers of the report are affixed with photographs of the exterior and interior of the Centre for Reproductive Biology.
Dates: 28 July 1983