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Roy T. Sawyer

Founder and Curator

Medical Leech Museum

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BIOPHARM Ltd.


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www.prince-books.com

By Roy T. Sawyer
In this engaging book, biologist and Tidewater native Roy T. Sawyer delivers an ecohistory of this unique waterland whose wind-driven tides cover a rich human and natural past. Roy T. Sawyer is retired Managing Director of BIOPHARM (UK) Ltd., a leech research institute in Wales. He is also founder and curator of the Medical Leech Museum, a private facility in Charleston, South Carolina, and the author of Leech Biology and Behaviour.


www.vahistorical.org

Roy T. Sawyer, author of America's Wetland: An Environmental and Cultural History of Tidewater Virginia and North Carolina
Roy T. Sawyer Roy Sawyer is retired managing director of BIOPHARM (UK) Ltd., a leech research institute in Wales. He is also founder and curator of the Medical Leech Museum, a private facility in Charleston, South Carolina, and author of Leech Biology and Behaviour. In his book America's Wetland: An Environmental and Cultural History of Tidewater Virginia and North Carolina (University of Virginia Press, 2010), Sawyer delivers an ecohistory of this unique waterland whose wind-driven tides cover a rich human and natural past.


www.yalemedlaw.com [cached]

"Leeches are preadapted to human physiology," said Roy Sawyer, owner of Biopharm, the world's largest modern leech farm that supplies tens of thousands of medicinal leeches to hospitals worldwide each year.


www.yalemedlaw.com

"Leeches are preadapted to human physiology," said Roy Sawyer, owner of Biopharm, the world's largest modern leech farm that supplies tens of thousands of medicinal leeches to hospitals worldwide each year.


www.yalemedlaw.com [cached]

"Leeches are preadapted to human physiology," said Roy Sawyer, owner of Biopharm, the world's largest modern leech farm that supplies tens of thousands of medicinal leeches to hospitals worldwide each year.


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