Reference numberEC/1902/05
TitleBoyce, Sir Rubert William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationHolt Professor of Pathology, University College, Liverpool. Distinguished for investigations and educational work in many departments of pathology. Contributor to the Philosophical Transactions and the Proceedings of the Society, to the Journal of Physiology, British Association Reports, Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, and other scientific publications. Author of among other published works, the following: - 'Text-book of Morbid Histology,' London, 1892; 'Handbook of Pathological Anatomy,' Liverpool, 1895; 'Geotropism in Bacterium Zopfii' (Proc Roy Soc, 1893); 'Madura Disease' (ibid, 1893, and Phil Trans); 'Paths of Degeneration in Brain and Spinal Cord' (Phil Trans, 1895); 'Decussating Tracts of the Mid-Brain and Bulb' (ibid, 1897); 'Observationson the Physiology and Degeneration of the Brain of the Bird' (with Dr Warrington) (ibid, 1899); 'The Histology and Bacteriology of the Oyster' (with Prof Herdman) (Brit Assoc Reports, 1897, 1898, &c, &c).
ProposersC S Sherrington; W H Gaskell; S Martin; E A Schafer; J Rose Bradford; E H Starling H C Bastian; F W Pavy
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Boyce, Sir Rubert William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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