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Reference numberEC/1896/12
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TitleMott, Sir Frederick Walker: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Physiology, Charing Cross Hospital. Distinguished as a Physiologist. The following are his most important published papers: - 'Bacteria, or their Antecedents, in Healthy Tissues' (with Prof Horsley - Journ of Physiol, 1883); 'Myxofibroma of Spinal Cord' (Brain, 1888); 'Cardio-vascular Nutrition and its relation to Sudden Death' (Practitioner, 1888); 'Pathology of Pernicious Anaemia' (ibid, 1890); 'Clarke's Column in Man, Monkey, and Dog' (Journ of Anat and Physiol, 1887); 'On Eye Movement produced by Cortical Faradization of the Monkey's Brain' (with Prof Schafer - Brain, 1890, and internat Med Congress, Berlin); 'On Movements resulting from Excitation of the Corpus Callosum in Monkeys' (with Prof Schafer - Brain, 1891); 'Complete Sclerosis of Golt's Column' (Internat Journ of Med Sci, 1891); 'The Results of Hemisection of the Spinal Cord in Monkeys' (Phil Trans, 1892).
ProposersW D Halliburton; J G McKendrick; E A Schafer; J B Sanderson; V Horsley; A D Waller; E Klein; J S Bristowe; H C Bastian; Joseph Fayrer; [G J Romanes]; F W Pavy; J Russell Reynolds; G F Yeo; C S Sherrington; William Roberts; J R Bradford`
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NA8262Mott; Sir; Frederick Walker (1853 - 1926)1853 - 1926
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