Reference numberEC/1889/17
Previous numbersCert XI, 172
TitleYeo, Gerald Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationGerald F Yeo
Researches - On the Physiology of the Central Nervous System (with Prof Ferrier) Proc Roy Soc 1881, Phil Trans 1884. On the Physiology of Muscle & Nerve (with Dr Cash) Proc Roy Soc 1882, Proc Roy Soc 1883; Journ of Physiol 1884; (with Mr Herroun) Journ of Physiol 1884. On the composition of human bile (with Mr Herroun) Journ of Physiol 1884. On the Cause of the first sound of the Heart (with Dr Barrett) Journ of Physiol 1884.
On Pathological Subjects - Diseases of the Kidney. Dub Path Soc 1865; Lymph Glands Med Jahrb d Aertze in Wien 1871; Pleuropneumonia in Cattle, Report for Royal Agricultural Soc 1878; & of numerous other papers (Proc Dub Path Soc, Irish Hospital Gazette, Dub Journ Med Science 1872 to 1875) Author of Manual of Physiology
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: T Graham Balfour
From Personal Knowledge: J N Langley; Alex Macalister; W H Gaskell; Charles S Roy; Joseph Lister; T Lauder Brunton; E A Schafer; George Johnson; E Klein; G J Romanes; H Charlton Bastian; J Fayrer; F W Pavy; John Wood
Extent1 sheet
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Yeo, Gerald Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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