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Reference numberEC/1893/11
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TitleSherrington, Sir Charles Scott: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Physiology, St Thomas's Hospital. Author of the following and other papers: - 'Secondary and Tertiary Degenerations in the Spinal Cord of the Dog' (Journ Physiol, 1885); 'Degeneration in the Spinal Cord following Lesions of the Cortex Cerebri' (ibid, 1889); 'On two recently described Tracts in the Spinal Cord' (Brain, 1886); 'On Outlying Nerve Cells, in the Mammalian Spinal Cord' (Phil Trans, 1890). Joint Author of the following, and other papers: - 'Secondary Degeneration in the Spinal Cord of the Dog' (Journ Physiol, 1884); 'Bilateral Descending Degeneration Fifty-two Days after Haemorrhage in one Cerebral Hemisphere' (Brain, 1886); 'On the Formation of Scar Tissue' (Journ Physiol, 1889); 'On the Regulation of the Blood Supply of the Brain' (Journ Physiol, 1890); 'The Influence of the Movements of the Body upon the Capacity of the Cranio-Vertebral Canal' (Brain, 1891).
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: W R Gowers
From Personal Knowledge: J N Langley; W H Gaskell; A Gamgee; Alex Macalister; Samuel Wilks; Victor Horsley; David Ferrier; J Burdon Sanderson; Charles S Roy; E Klein; H Charlton Bastian; George M Humphrey; W Marcet; G J Romanes; J S Bristowe; F W Pavy
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Sherrington, Sir Charles Scott: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8281Sherrington; Sir; Charles Scott (1857 - 1952)1857 - 1952
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