Reference numberEC/1923/05
Previous numbersCert XIII, 233; A02345
TitleFawcett, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished on account of investigations made into the development and comparative anatomy of the mammalian skull. His chief contributions are: - 'Development and Ossification of the Human Sphenoid' (Journ Anat Physiol, 1910); 'On the Development of the Human Maxilla, Vomer and Paraseptal Cartilages' (ibid, 1911); 'The Primordial Cranium of Microtus Amphibius' (ibid, 1917); 'The Primordial Cranium of Erinaceus Europaeus' (ibid, 1918); 'The Primordial Cranium of Weddell's Seal' (ibid, 1918); 'Reconstruction of Head of a 19-mm, of a 24-mm, and of a 30-mm Human Embryo' (Comptes Rendus, Internat Med Congress, 1910).
ProposersG Elliot Smith; A Keith; J P Hill; E S Goodrich; J Symington; A Macalister; C L Morgan; C W Andrews; A Smith Woodward
Access statusOpen

Fawcett, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA331Fawcett; Edward (1867 - 1942)1867 - 1942
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