Reference numberEC/1891/07
Previous numbersCert XI, 196
TitleCunningham, Daniel John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Anatomy, University of Dublin. Distinguished both as a teacher and original inquirer. Examiner in Anatomy in the Universities of London, Edinburgh and Dublin. Member of Council, Royal Irish Academy. Vice-Pres Zoological Society, Ireland. Vice-Pres Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Author of numerous anatomical memoirs in journals and publications of scientific societies. More especially may be mentioned - 'Report on the Anatomy of the Marsupialia' ('Challenger' Report, Part 16); 'The Lumbar Curve in Man and Apes,' forming Cunningham Memoir, No 2, published by the Royal Irish Academy, 1886; The Spinal Nervous System of the Porpoise and Dolphin' (Journ Anat Physiol, 1876). Author of a Text-book of Practical Anatomy.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: T H Huxley; G M Humphry; Wm Turner; Saml Haughton; Alex Macalister; W H Flower; John G McKendrick; J Cleland; Alex Crum Brown; Thomas R Frazer; James Paget; Isaac Bayley Balfour; G E Dobson; P M Duncan; E A Schafer; V Ball; St Geo Mivart; W N Hartley
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Cunningham, Daniel John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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