Reference numberEC/1913/02
Previous numbersCert XIII, 43; A01012
TitleBulloch, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his researches on Immunity, the Action of Bacterial Filters, Haemophilia, the Functions of the Cortex of the Adrenal Gland, and Tuberculosis. The titles of his more important papers are: 'The Durability of Passive Diphtheria Immunity' (Journ of Pathol and Bacteriol, 1898); 'On the Nature of Haemolysis and Bacteriolysis' (Trans Pathol Soc, 1901); 'Transmission of Haemolysins from Ascendants to Descendents' (ibid, 1902); 'Influence of Salts on Action of Immune Haemolysins' (ibid, 1903); 'Experimental Study on the Immunity against 'B pyocyaneus' (Studies in Pathol, Aberdeen, 1906); 'Experiments on the Nature of Opsonic Substances in the Blood Serum' (ibid, 1906); 'Experimental Inquiry into the Relationship of Leucocytosis to the Opsonic Contents of the Blood Serum' (Studies in Pathol, Aberdeen, 1906); 'On the Transmission of Air and Micro-organisms through Berkefeld Filters' (Journ of Hygiene, 1910); 'Problem of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, considered from Standpoint of Infection' (Dobell Lecture, 1910); 'Monograph on 'Haemophilia' (Treasury of Human Inheritance, 1911). Articles on Relation to Inheritance of Diabetes insipidus, Trephoedema, Angio-neurotic oedema, and Hermaphroditism (ibid, 1911). Articles in Clifford Allbutt's System of Medicine, on Relapsing Fever, Acute Rheumatism, Bubonic Plague, and Pulmonary Tuberculosis, all of which contain original observations.
ProposersL Hill; H Head; David Ferrier; K Pearson; C S Sherrington; William B Leishman; Almroth E Wright; E Klein
Access statusOpen

Bulloch, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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