Authorised form of nameMacWilliam; John Alexander (1857 - 1937)
Dates1857 - 1937
Date of birth31 July 1857
Date of death13/01/1937
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election11/05/1916
Bulloch's Roll
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1936-1938 vol 2 pp 335-338, plate, by A Keith
Royal Society codeNA1712
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
NLB/23/1/736Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor John Alexander MacWilliam, [Fellow of the Royal Society], the University, Aberdeen13 January 1902
NLB/23/1/439Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor John Alexander MacWilliam, Physiological Laboratory, The University, Aberdeen13 November 1901
NLB/23/1/780Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor John Alexander MacWilliam, The University, Aberdeen, North Britain13 January 1902
RR/25/28Referee's report by Arthur Robertson Cushny, on a paper 'The mechanism and control of fibrillation in the mammalian heart' by John Alexander MacWilliam[1918]
NLB/53/133Copy letter from [William Bate] Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society and FRS; to Professor J. A. MacWilliam, FRS, Physiological Laboratory, Marishal College, Aberdeen4 May 1916
NLB/55/841Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [John Alexander] MacWilliam, FRS14 October 1918
EC/1916/13MacWilliam, John Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PP/6/15Paper, 'On the structure and rhythm of the heart in fishes, with especial reference to the heart of the eel' by J A [John Alexander] MacWilliam1885
PP/6/5Paper, 'On reflex excitation of the cardiac nerves in fishes' by J A [John Alexander] MacWilliam1884
PP/17/28Paper, 'A new test for albumin and other proteids' by J A [John Alexander] MacWilliam1891
PP/21/13Paper, On the influence exercised by the central nervous system on the cardiac rhythm, with an inquiry into the action of chloroform on that rhythm'' by J A [John Alexander] MacWilliam1893
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