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Scope/Content: (1884-1974) Karl F. Meyer at desk with microscope; Director of the George Williams Hooper Foundation for Medical Research at UC San Francisco in the 1920s, Meyer – a Swiss-born veterinarian and bacteriologist – spearheaded investigations into botulism, mussel poisoning, and brucellosis. By the 1930s he focused increasingly on parasitic diseases of birds and other animals.