Reference numberEC/1878/16
TitleSharpey-Schafer, Sir Edward Albert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEdward A Schafer.
Author of the following original researches in Physiology & Histology viz. "Experiments relating to the Coagulation of the Blood", Report of the Brit Association, 1872: "On the Structure of the leg-muscles of the Water-beetle, Phil Trans 1873: On the intracellular development of the blood-corpuscles in Mammalia, Proceedings, March 1874; On the occurrence of Colonies giving rise to the development in the blood of Mammalia of organisms resembling Bacteria (with Dr Osler), Proceedings, June 18th 1874; On the Pacinian Corpuscles, Quarterly Microscop Journal, 1875; On the process of inflammation in the Tongue & in the Cornea (with Mr Dowdeswell) Proceedings No 175: On the structure of the stomach in the Kangaroos (with Mr Williams) Proceedings of the Zoological Society 1876; On the Structure of the early Mammalian Blastoderm, Proceedings of the RS no 17, 1876; On the development of the Guinea pig Journ of Anat & Phys 1876-77; On the Structure of the Human Retina (with Dr Gunn) Journ of Anat 1877; Joint Editor of the Histological part of the 8th edition of Quains Anatomy 1875-76 (in which the results of original investigations by him are embodied) and Author of a work entitled "A Course of Practical Histology", being distinguished for his acquaintance with the Sciences of Histology and Embryology and
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. W Sharpey; J Burdon Sanderson; John Marshall; Geo Busk; Allen Thomson; G M Humphry; W Bowman; Willm B Carpenter; H Charlton Bastian; J Russell Reynolds; G Carey Foster; T Lauder Brunton
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Sharpey-Schafer, Sir Edward Albert: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8017Sharpey-Schafer; Sir; Edward Albert (1850 - 1935)1850 - 1935
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