We can see Sir Ronald Ross Building in Begumpet, Hyderabad. The major Ronald Ross was associated as an Indian born British doctor was posted in the 19th centuries in Secunderabad, as Duty medical officer who worked in Military.
Sir Ronald Ross had discovered vaccination for malaria disease in this building. This building was established in Colonial style of architecture. Ronald Ross discovered many medicines and became famous for all over the world for his great achievements in medicine field and the building was named as Sri Ronald Ross building for his great achievement. The building has the devise structure of Hyderabad, which shows the benefaction of the British doctor improves the position of the pre-independence of Hyderabad.
Sir Ronald Ross was Born on 13 May 1857 at Almora, North-Western Provinces, British India and died on 16 September 1932 at the age of 75 years at London, England. His Resting place is at Putney Vale Cemetery in England.
How to Reach:
By different means of transportation we can reach the place through road, air and railways to Hyderabad the capital city of Telangana. It is situated in begumpet area of Hyderabad city.
Sir Ronald Ross Awards:
Ronald Ross was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1902 for his work on malaria Medicine.
August 20th is celebrated as World Mosquito Day in London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine to honour Sir Ronald Ross.
Books by Sir Ronald Ross:
- Report on Cholera, General Sanitation, and the Sanitary Department and Regulations, in the C. & M. Station of Bangalore (1896)
- Report on the Cultivation of Proteosoma Labbé, in Grey Mosquitoes (1898). Digitised version available from National Library of Scotland.
- Report on the Nature of Kala-azar (1899). Digitised version available from National Library of Scotland.
- Malarial Fever: Its Cause, Prevention and Treatment; Containing Full Details for the Use of Travellers, Sportsmen, Soldiers, and Residents in Malarious Places (1902)
- First Progress Report of the Campaign Against Mosquitoes in Sierra Leone (with Charles Wilberforce Daniels) (1902)
- Notes on the Parasites of Mosquitoes Found in India Between 1895 and 1899
- Hygiene for Indian Scholars
- Note on the Bodies Recently Described by Leishman and Donovan (1903)
- Further Notes on Leishman’s Bodies (1903)
- Report on Malaria at Ismailia and Suez (1903)
- Leishmania Donovani Found in Kala-azar (1904)
- Researches on Malaria (1905)
- Note on a Flagellate Parasite Found in Culex Fatigans (1906)
- Malaria in Greece (1909)
- Missionaries and the Campaign Against Malaria (1910)
- A Case of Sleeping Sickness Studied by Precise Enumerative Methods: Regular Periodical Increase of the Parasites Disclosed (with David Thomson) (1910)
- Discussion on the Treatment of Malaria (1918)
- Mosquitoes and Malaria in Britain (1918)
- Suggestions for the Care of Malaria Patients (1919)
- Observations on malaria (1919)
- Memoirs, with a Full Account of the Great Malaria Problem and Its Solution (1923)
- Malaria-control in Ceylon Plantations (1926)
- Solid Space-algebra: The Systems of Hamilton and Grassmann Combined (1929)
- A Summary of Facts Regarding Malaria Suitable for Public Instruction (with Malcolm Watson) (1930)
- Memories of Sir Patrick Manson (1930)
- The solution of equations by iteration (with William Stott) (1930)
- A Priori Pathometry (with Hila Phobe Hudson) (1931)
- Mosquito Brigades and How to Organise Them ISBN 978-1-2905-5311-7