Reference numberEC/1913/11
Previous numbersCert XIII, 52; A03946
TitleKeith, Sir Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationConservator of the Museum and Hunterian Professor, Royal College of Surgeons, England. Distinguished as an Anatomist, Embryologist and Anthropologist, especially for his researches on the Anatomy of the Heart, and on the Morphology of Man and the Anthropoid Apes. Author of 'The Anatomy of the Valvular Mechanism round the Venous Orifices of the Right and Left Auricles' (Proc Anat Soc, 1902); 'The Evolution and Action of Certain Muscular Structures of the Heart' (Hunterian Lecturers, 1904; Lancet, 1904); 'Malformations of the Bulbus Cordis.' Studies in Pathology, Quatercentenary Publication of the University of Aberdeen, 1906. Other papers on the Heart in Journal of Anatomy and Physiology (1906 and 1907) and Lancet (1906, 1909, 1910); 'Anatomical Notes on Malay Apes' (Proc Roy Asiatic Soc, Singapore Branch, 1891-1892); 'The Comparative Anatomy of Ligaments of Men and Apes' (Journal of Anat and Physiol, 1894); 'Growth of the Brian in Men and Monkeys' (ibid, 1895); other papers on Anthropoids in the same Journal (1894-1896); 'An Introduction to the Study of the Anthropoid Apes' (London, 1891); 'The Myology of the Catarrhini' (Thesis, University of Aberdeen); 'The Relationship of Man to the Primates' (Hunterian Lectures, 1900); other papers on these subjects in Proc Zool Soc (1899), Journal of Anatomy (1902 and subsequent years); 'Contribution to the Study of the Human Mechanism of Respiration' (Proc Anat Soc, 1903); 'On the Nature of the Caecum and Appendix' (ibid, 1903); papers on Teratology in the Journal of Anatomy (1906), and British Medical Journal (1908); 'Enteroptosis' (Hunterian Lectures, 1903, and Allbutt's System of Medicine, 1907).
ProposersA Macalister; T Clifford Allbutt; Willaim Turner; J Symington; Bertram C A Windle; G E Smith; A C Haddon; William Osler; L Hill; David Ferrier; J W H Trail; E Ray Lankester; A S Woodward; A Sedgwick; C W Andrews; J N Langley; E Klein
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Keith, Sir Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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