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Authorised form of nameSibson; Francis (1814 - 1876)
Dates1814 - 1876
NationalityBritish
Place of birthCross Canonby, Cumberland, England
Date of birth21 May 1814
Place of deathGeneva, Switzerland
Date of death07 September 1876
Dates and placesBurial:
Acton churchyard, Middlesex
OccupationPhysician
ActivityEducation:
Edinburgh University. MB, MD (London, 1848)
Career:
Practised in Cockermouth; studied at Guy's Hospital, London; Resident Surgeon and Apothecary, Nottingham General Hospital (1835-1848); practised as a physician in London; Physician, St Mary's Hospital, London (1851); died suddenly
Memberships:
MRCS (1831); MRCP (1849); FRCP (1858)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election07/06/1849
Royal Society activityRoyal Society roles:
VP 1872-1873
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1877 vol 26 pp i-iii
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/28564704
Royal Society codeNA6240
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/51/1On the Structure of the Cerebral Hemispheres1869
AP/55/13Accommodation of vision and the Anatomy of the Ciliary Body & Iris 1873
AP/50/1An attempt to apply Chemical Principles in Explanation of the actions of Poisons1868
RR/2/200Referee's report by Francis Sibson, on a paper 'On a geometrical representation of the action of the heart' by William John Macquorn Rankine11 March 1852
RR/4/124Referee's report by Francis Sibson, on a paper 'On the physiological anatomy of the lungs' by James Newton Heale[1861]
RR/1/225Referee's report by Richard Owen, on a paper 'On the blow-hole of the porpoise' by Francis Sibson16 March 1847
RR/7/89Memorandum from Francis Sibson and John Marshall, on a paper 'Some remarks on the mechanism of respiration' by Frederick Le Gros Clark to the author1871
RR/7/87Referee's report by Francis Sibson, on a paper 'Some remarks on the mechanism of respiration' by Frederick Le Gros Clark1871
RR/7/274Referee's report by Francis Sibson, on a paper 'On the mechanical conditions of the respiratory movements in man' by Arthur Ransome1873
RR/7/307Referee's report by Francis Sibson, on a paper 'On some points connected with the circulation of the blood, arrived at from a study of the sphygmograph-trace' by Alfred Henry Garrod1874
RR/1/224Referee's report by Thomas Rymer Jones, on two papers 'On the mechanism of respiration' and 'On the blow-hole of the porpoise' by Francis Sibson7 May 1846
PT/31/6/2Plate, 'On inspiration; the ribs are raised, move forwards, glide on each other, move farther apart' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/34/7/2Plate, figure 3 showing the pharynx and larynx of a porpoise by [Francis Sibson?][1845]
EC/1849/13Sibson, Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PT/31/6/3Plate, 'The levator costae draws the rib backwards' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/4Plate, 'On inspiration, the sternal as well as the spinal ribs are raised, glide on each other and move farther apart' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/5Plate, 'Influence of the dorsal curves on the movements of the ribs. The upper ribs approach to, the lower recede from one another' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/6Plate, 'The elevation of the ribs increases the depth and width of the chest' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/7Plate, 'On inspiration. The oblique internal surface of the superior ribs is more nearly horizontal' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/8Plate, 'Lateral expansion of the chest from the varying profile of the curves of the ribs in the ass [donkey]' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/9Plate, 'The inspiratory elevation of the ribs increases the depth and width of the chest' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/10Plate, dorsal view of ribs during inspiration and expiration by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/11Plate, sternal view of ribs during inspiration and expiration by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/12Plate, lateral view of ribs and position of superior ribs during inspiration and expiration by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/13Plate, 'Intercostal muscles' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/14Plate, figures I-II showing muscles of respiration of a snake and a chameleon by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/15Plate, figures IIIa, IIIb, and IV showing muscles of respiration in a cock [rooster] and a hawk by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/16Plate, figures IIIc, V, VIa, and VIb showing muscles of respiration in a cock [rooster], stormy petrel, and a swan by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/17Plate, unpublished figures VIIa and VIIb showing muscles of respiration in a pig by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/18Plate, unpublished figures VIIIa and VIIIb showing muscles of respiration in a sheep by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/19Plate, figures IXa-d showing muscles of respiration in a calf by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/20Plate, unpublished figures Xc-f showing muscles of respiration in an ass [donkey] by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/21Plate, unpublished figures Xa-b showing muscles of respiration in an ass [donkey] by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/22Plate, unpublished figures XIa-d showing muscles of respiration in a dog by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/23Plate, figures XIe-f showing muscles of respiration in a dog by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/24Plate, figures XIIa-c showing muscles of respiration in a seal by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/25Plate, figures XIIIa-b showing muscles of respiration in an otter by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/26Plate, figure XIV showing muscles of respiration in a rabbit by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/27Plate, unpublished figures XVa-d showing muscles of respiration in a monkey by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/28Plate, figure XVIb showing muscles of respiration in a porpoise by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/29Plate, figures XVIIa-b and XVIIIa-b showing muscles of respiration in a young man by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/30Plate, unpublished figures XIXa-b showing muscles of respiration in an adult female by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/31Plate, figures XXa-b showing muscles of respiration in an adult man by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/32Plate, unpublished figures XXIa-b showing muscles of respiration in a child by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/33Plate, unpublished figures XXIIa-b showing side view of muscles of respiration in a child by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/34Plate, unpublished figures XXIIIa-d showing muscles of respiration in an old man by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/35Plate, unpublished figures XXIV and XXV showing muscles of respiration in a foetus and a newborn by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/36Plate, unpublished figure XXVI showing scaleni of first rib, pleuritic scalenus, and pleura by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/37Plate, unpublished figure XXVII showing blending of transversales and sterno-costals by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6Paper, 'On the mechanism of respiration' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/34/7/3Plate, figure 2 showing cranium and blow-hole muscles of the porpoise by [Francis Sibson?][1845]
PT/34/7/4Plate, figure 1 showing cranium, blow-hole, and sacs of the porpoise by [Francis Sibson?][1845]
PT/34/7/5Plate, unpublished illustration showing throat and neck muscles of porpoise by [Francis Sibson?][1845]
PT/34/7/6Plate, unpublished illustrations showing muscles surrounding ribs of porpoise by [Francis Sibson?][1845]
PT/34/7Paper, 'On the blow hole of the porpoise' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/31/6/1Manuscript, 'On the mechanism of respiration' by Francis Sibson[1845]
PT/34/7/1Manuscript, 'On the blow hole of the porpoise' by Francis Sibson[1845]
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