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Reference numberEC/1898/10
Previous numbersCert XII, 68
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TitleOsler, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Medicine in the Johns Hopkins; ex-Professor of the Institute of Medicine, McGill College, Montreal; and Professor of Clinical Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Has been during many years actively engaged in the advancement of scientific medince, and published a large number of communications, some of great interest and importance, chiefly dealing with clinical and pathological matter. Of these only a very few can be here enumerated, viz: 'On the Systolic Brain Murmur of Children' (Bost Med and Surg Journ, 1880); 'Infectious Endocarditis' (Arch of Med, 1881, and Congr, London, 1881); 'On Certain Parasites in the Blood of the Frog' (Canada Naturalist, 1882); 'The Gulstonian Lectures on Malignant Endocarditis' (Lancet, 1885); 'On the Morbid Antomy of Typhoid Fever' (Canada Med and Surg Journ, 1885); 'On Certain Problems in the Physiology of the Blood Corpuscles' (Phil Med News, 1886); 'The Relation of the Corpuscles to Coagulation Thrombosis' (Brit Med Journ, 1886); 'The Bicuspid conditions of the Aortic Values' (Trans Assoc Amer Physicians, 1886); 'The Cardiac Relations of Chorea' (Amer Journ Med Sci, 1887); 'The Cerebral Palsies of Children' (Med News, 1888); 'On the Situation of the Anovesical Centre in Man' (ibid); 'On Phagocytes' (ibid, 1889); 'On Intrathoracic Growths from the Thyroid Gland' (ibid); 'Filaria Sanuinis Hominis' (Johns Hopkins. Bull 1890); 'On the Amoeba Coli' (ibid, 1890); 'On Sensory Aphasia' (Amer Journ Med Sci, 1891); 'On Typhoid Fever' (Johns Hopkins Report, 1893 & 1894); 'On Abdominal Tumours' (1894); 'On Addison's Disease' (Int Med Mag, 1896). Is also the author of several important articles in systems of medicine, and of a well known text book 'On the Principles and Practice of Medicine.' Has long occupied a leading position in Canada and the United States as a scientific physician, and has also a European reputation as one of the foremost representatives of Clinical Medicine and Pathology of the day.
ProposersE A Schafer; J B Sanderson; W H Gaskell; Samuel Wilks; William Roberts; E Klein; J C Ewart; J Crichton Browne
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Osler, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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