Reference numberEC/1895/15
Previous numbersCert XI, 284
TitleMacewen, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Surgery, University of Glasgow. A distinguished Surgeon. Author of: - 'Observations concerning Transplantations of Bone, &c' (Proc Roy Soc, May, 1881, and Comptes Rendus Acad Sci, Paris, June, 1881); 'Treatise on Osteotomy' (London, 1880; translated into French, German, Italian, Roumanian, Swedish and Russian); 'Osteogenic Factors in the Development and Repair of Bone' (Annals of Surgery, 1887); Address on the Surgery of the Brain and Spinal Cord (Lancet, and Brit Med Journ, 1888); 'The Pupil in its Semiological Aspects' (Internat Journ of Med Sciences, 1887); 'Radical Cure of Hernia' (Annals of Surgery, 1886); also numerous articles on special points in Surgery.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Alfred Newton; Alex Macalister; T Lauder Brunton; H Charlton Bastian
From Personal Knowledge: Joseph Lister; David Ferrier; Wm Turner; John Cleland; F O Bower; Thomas R Frazer; G M Humphry; Victor Horsley
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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Macewen, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2160Macewen; Sir; William (1848 - 1924)1848 - 1924
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