Letter from William Grey Walter to E.D. Adrian, 6 April 1943
- part of archive:
- Papers relating to the clinical and experimental neuroscientific work carried out at the Burden Neurological Institute
- Walter, William Grey
Response to BURD/A/9/11. Discusses the possible contribution of J.Z. Young's group, who are working on peripheral electrophysiology, to an Electro-encephalographic Society, and the need for such a group given the public and legal aspects of the practice. Refers to the Lees Smith trial. Suggests that active war service would not prevent E.E.G. workers from being included in the Society.