Reference numberEC/1938/20
Previous numbersCert XIV, 265; A55663
TitleWoollard, Herbert Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his researches in Human and Comparative Anatomy, Neurology and Physical Anthropology. His chief publications are:- Anatomy of 'Tarsius spectrum' (1925, Proc Zool Soc p 1071); The Retina and Lateral Geniculate Body in Tarsius, etc (1929, Journ of Anat LXI p 414); Anthropology and Blood Grouping with special reference to the Australian Aborigines (1929, Man p 181); Innervation of Blood Vessels (1926, Heart , XIII p 319); Innervation of the Heart (1926, Journ of Anat LX p 345); The Innervation of the Ocular Muscles (1931, Journ of Anat LXV, p 215); The Growth of the Brain in the Australian Aboriginal (1931, Journ of Anat LXV p 224); Recent Advances in Anatomy (Churchill), 1929.
ProposersArthur Keith; G Elliot Smith; J T Wilson; Jas P Hill; C Lovatt Evans; John S B Stopford; Thomas H Bryce; C S Sherrington; E D Adrian
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Woollard, Herbert Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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