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Reference numberEC/1894/09
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TitleCheyne, Sir William Watson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJoint Professor of Surgery in King's College, London. Distinguished as one who has made discoveries in Bacteriology and Pathology, and as the author of the following works and papers: - 'On the Relation of Micro-organisms to Antiseptic Dressing' (Trans Path Soc, 1879); 'Antiseptic Surgery, its Principles and Practice' (awarded the Jacksonian Prize of the Royal College of Surgeons, 1882); 'On Micro-organisms in Purpura Haemorrhagica' (Trans Path Soc, 1884); 'On 'Bacillus Alvei', the Cause of Foul-brood in Bees,' in conjunction with Mr Cheshire (Journ Roy Micros Soc, 1885); 'A Study of certain of the Conditions of Infection' (Brit Med Journ, 1886); 'On Suppuration and Septic Disease' (Lectures delivered before the Royal College of Surgeons, 1887); 'On the Pathology, Etiology, Results and Treatment of Tubercular Diseases of Bones and Joints' (Awarded the Astley Cooper Prize, open to International Competition, 1889); and numerous other valuable contributions to Bacteriology and Pathology.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: T H Huxley
From Personal Knowledge: John Simon; [W Bowman]; James Paget; J Burdon Sanderson; Jonathan Hutchinson; John Tyndall; T Lauder Brunton; George Johnson; Joseph Lister; Samuel Wilks; G M Humphry; D J Cunningham; E Klein; F W Pavy
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Cheyne, Sir William Watson: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1316Cheyne; Sir; William Watson (1852 - 1932)1852 - 1932
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