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Authorised form of nameCleland; John (1835 - 1925)
SurnameCleland
ForenamesJohn
Dates1835 - 1925
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Perth, Perthshire, Scotland (15 June 1835)
Death:
Moorcroft, Lidsing, Chatham, Kent (05 March 1925)
ActivityEducation:
Edinburgh. MD
Career:
Demonstrator to Allen Thomson (FRS 1848), Glasgow; Professor of Anatomy, Queen's College, Galway (1863-1877); Professor of Anatomy, University of Glasgow (1877-1909); invalid for the last 16 years of his life
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
6/06/1872
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA3012
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1872/12Cleland, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/Maull/000880Cleland, Johnnd
AP/74/15A Study of the Anatomy of Symmetrical double Monstrosities in the Trout 1901
IM/Maull/000879Cleland, Johnnd
NLB/2/79Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr John Cleland, Fellow of the Royal Society, 2, The University, Glasgow6 January 1888
NLB/16/62Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor E Ray Lankester, Fellow of the Royal Society22 January 1898
NLB/25/303Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to John Cleland, Fellow of the Royal Society15 October 1902
NLB/25/356Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor John Cleland, Fellow of the Royal Society21 October 1902
NLB/43/596Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr John Cleland, Fellow of the Royal Society20 February 1911
NLB/63/19Copy letter from Sir Charles Scott Sherrington, President of the Royal Society; to Professor John Cleland, FRS15 June 1922
RR/4/56Referee's report by Thomas Henry Huxley, on a paper 'On the relations of the vomer, ethmoid, and intermaxillary bones' by John Cleland17 May 1861
RR/4/55Referee's report by Allen Thomson, on a paper 'On the relations of the vomer, ethmoid, and intermaxillary bones' by John Cleland3 July 1861
RR/6/84Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'An inquiry into the variations of the human skull, particularly the antero-posterior direction' by John Cleland20 July 1869
RR/6/86Letter from John Cleland, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'An inquiry into the variations of the human skull, particularly the antero-posterior direction' by John Cleland6 October 1869
RR/6/83Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'An inquiry into the variations of the human skull, particularly the antero-posterior direction' by John Clelandnd [1869]
RR/9/360Referee's report by John Cleland, on a paper 'The minute anatomy of the brachial plexus' by W P Herringham1886
RR/14/1Referee's report by John Cleland, on a paper 'On the topographical anatomy of the abdominal viscera, especially the gastro-intestinal canal in man' by Christopher Addisonnd [November 1898]
RR/14/109Referee's report by John Cleland, on a paper 'The development and morphology of the vascular system in mammals. I. The posterior end of the aorta and the iliac arteris' by Alfred H Young and Arthur Robinson8 February 1898
RR/6/85Referee's report by George Rolleston, on a paper 'An inquiry into the variations of the human skull, particularly the antero-posterior direction' by John Cleland28 September 1869
NLB/67/868Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Thomas Hastie] Bryce, FRS30 March 1925
NLB/23/1/321Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor John Cleland, Fellow of the Royal Society24 October 1901
RR/11/197Referee's report by John Cleland, on a paper 'The human sacrum' by A M Paterson25 May 1892
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