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Reference numberEC/1892/22
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TitleWaller, Augustus Desire: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Physiology at St Mary's Hospital Medical School. Distinguished as a Physiologist. Laureat de l'Institut de France (Prix de Physiologie Experimentale). Contributions to the Royal Society: - 'On the Influence of the Galvanic Current on the Excitability of the Motor Nerves of Man' (with Dr de Watteville, Phil Trans, 1882); 'On the Influence of the Galvanic Current on the Excitability of the Sensory Nerves of Man' (Proc Roy Soc, 1882); 'On the Action of the Excised Mammalian Heart' (with Dr Reid, Phil Trans, 1887); 'On the Electromotive Changes connected with the Beat of the Mammalian Heart' (Phil Trans, 1889). Contributions to the Journal of Physiology: - 'On the Rate of Propagation of the Arterial Pulse Wave' (vol iii, 1880); 'A Demonstration in Man of Electromotive Changes accompanying the Heart's Beat' (vol viii, 1887). Contributions to other journals, English and foreign: - 'Die Spannungen in den Vorhofen des Herzens' (Arch f Anat u Physiol, 1878); 'On Muscular Spasms known as Tendon Reflex' (Brain, 1880); 'Nouvelles Experiences sur les Phenomenes nommes Reflex tendineux' (with Dr Prevost, Rev Med de la Suisse Romande, 1881); 'Sur la Contraction de l'Ouverture' (Journ de Physiol, 1882), &c.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Lionel S Beale
From Personal Knowledge: David Ferrier; J Hughlings Jackson; E A Schafer; P H Pye-Smith;T Lauder Brunton; Edward B Poulton; G Carey Foster; H Charlton Bastian; J N Langley; Gerald F Yeo; E Klein; W Marcet; G J Romanes
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Waller, Augustus Desire: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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