Reference numberEC/1871/09
Previous numbersCert X, 184
TitleQuain, Sir Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationRichard Quain. Author of a Paper on Fatty degeneration of the Heart, which has exerted a marked influence on certain Branches of Pathological Science, published in the Transactions of the Royal Medical & Chirurgical Society.
Author of numerous communications published in the Transactions of the Pathological Society, of which Society he is President: (years 1869-1870)
Member and Secretary of the Committee of the General Medical Council (of which Council he is a Member) which conducted the preparation of the British Pharmacopoeia.
Distinguished as a Physician & Scientific Pathologist. Member of the Senate of the University of London.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. James Alderson; Wm Fergusson; Thomas Watson; Chas J B Williams; Erasmus Wilson; Geo Busk; James Paget; William W Gull; W Bowman; J R Martin; John Percy; Geo Burrows; William B Carpenter; Douglas Galton; John Simon; Francis Sibson; T B Curling; H Charlton Bastian; E W Cooke; C Murchison; Caesar H Hawkins
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Quain, Sir Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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