Reference numberEC/1896/11
Previous numbersCert XII, 11
TitleMott, Sir Frederick Walker: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election
CitationPhysiologist and Neurologist. Secretary of the Neurological Society. Pathologist to the London County Asylums. Has published the following papers recently: - 'The Bipolar Cells of the Spinal Cird and their Connections' (Brain, 1891); 'Ascending Degenerations of the Spinal Cord' (ibid, 1892); Article on 'Pernicious Anaemia' (Quain's Dict of Med, 2nd edit); 'A Case of Multiple Infective Neuritus' (Clin Soc Trans); 'A Case of Amystrophic Lateral Sclerosis with Degeneration of the Motor Path from the Cortex to the Periphery' (Brain, 1895); 'Experimental Enquiry upon the Afferent Tracts of the Central Nervous System' (ibid, 1895); 'The Sensori-Motor Functions of the Central Convolutions of the Cerebral Cortex' (Journ Physiol, 1894); 'Experiments upon the Influence of Sensory Nerve upon Movement and Nutrition of the Limbs' (Preliminary Communication, with Prof Sherrington, FRS) (Proc Roy Soc, vol lvii).
ProposersW D Halliburton; E A Schafer; J G McKendrick; C S Sherrington; A D Waller; F Gotch; V Horsley; S Martin; J R Bradford; J N Langley; W H Gaskell; W R Gowers; H C Bastian; J H Jackson; D Ferrier; P H Pye-Smith; E Klein; S Ringer; T L Brunton
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Mott, Sir Frederick Walker: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8262Mott; Sir; Frederick Walker (1853 - 1926)1853 - 1926
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