Reference numberEC/1886/11
Previous numbersCert XI, 108
TitlePye-Smith, Philip Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWas Secretary of Section D of the British Association from 1870-75, and Vice-President of Section D & Chairman of the Sub-section of Anatomy & Physiology in 1879. Has been an Examiner in the Natural Science Tripos in the University of Cambridge, in the Honours School of Natural Science in the University of Oxford, and in Physiology in the University of London (1878-82). Was for some time Hon Sec of the Medical Research Association.
Joint translator of Hebra on Skin Diseases (1869). Author of the following:
Descriptive Catalogue of the Museum of Comparative Anatomy of Guy's Hospital. 1 vol 8vo 1874
Reports of abnormatities (3 papers) Guy's Hospital Reports: Note on the Musculus Iternalis, Virchow Archiv: Left-handedness (pamphlet) 1872: Three Reports on Intestinal Secretion & Movement (jointly with Dr Lauder Brunton), British Assn Reports: Address to the Department of Anatomy & Physiology, British Association 1879: Stomatitis haemorrhagica, Virchow's Archiv 1870: Morbus Addisonii, Virchow's Archiv 1875: Article 'Harvey' Encyclopedia Brittanica [sic] 1881; and many other papers in Medical Journals & Transactions of Learned Societies.
Distinguished for his learning in Comparative Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Medicine.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: James Paget; W Bowman; Jas Risdon Bennett; William W Gull; Lionel S Beale; Joseph Lister; William Jenner; E Klein; J Burdon Sanderson; Arthur Gamgee; T Spencer Cobbold; H N Moseley; Wm Odling; Henry W Acland; W T Thiselton Dyer; J H Gilbert; T Lauder Brunton; J Russell Reynolds; W H Gaskell; E A Schafer; George Johnson; J Fayrer; Isaac Bayley Balfour; F W Pavy; G M Humphry; G J Romanes; Samuel Wilks
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Pye-Smith, Philip Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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