Simon Hugh Piper Maddrell FRS (11 December 1937—10 September 2020) was once a British insect physiologist whose paintings predominantly involved in insect kidney organs—the Malpighian tubules. Based totally on the Division of Zoology on the College of Cambridge (the place he had won his undergraduate stage, adopted by way of a PhD), his analysis concerned bugs comparable to Rhodnius prolixus and later, Drosophila melanogaster. At Cambridge he was once a fellow of Gonville and Caius School.
He was once related to The Corporate of Biologists for a lot of his occupation, together with a monetary advisory position.
He was once elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 1981.
Skaer, Helen; O’Donnell, Michael J.; Dow, Julian A. T. (2022). “Simon Hugh Piper Maddrell. 11 December 1937—10 September 2020”. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. 73.
- “A tribute to Professor Simon Maddrell”.