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Authorised form of nameHogben; Lancelot Thomas (1895 - 1975)
SurnameHogben
ForenamesLancelot Thomas
Dates1895 - 1975
Dates and placesBirth:
09 December 1895
Death:
22 August 1975
ActivityEducation:
MA; DSc
Career:
Professor of Social Biology in the University of London
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/05/1936
Lectures:
Croonian 1942
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
AssocMaterial:
CSAC 78/2/81; NCUACS 29/5/91; NCUACS 53/2/95. Papers deposited in Birmingham University Library
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1978 vol 24 pp 183-221, plate, by G P Wells
References:
Milo Keynes, 'Lancelot Hogben, FRS (1895-1975): A Review of his Autobiography', review of Adrian and Anne Hogben, Lancelot Hogben - Scientific Humanist in NR 1999 vol 53 pp 361-369, plate
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/85167517
Royal Society codeNA6332
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/002171Hogben, Lancelot Thomasnd
IM/002170Hogben, Lancelot Thomasnd
IM/GA/WS/1259Hogben, Lancelot Thomasnd
MDA/A/25/18/11Letter from L Hogben, FRS, the University at Edgbaston, Birmingham, to A V Hill, Secretary of the Royal Society14 April 1944
MDA/A/25/18/10Letter from A V Hill, Secretary of the Royal Society, to L Hogben, FRS, the University at Edgbaston, Birmingham17 April 1944
RR/62/23Referee's report by Lancelot Thomas Hogben, on a paper 'On the nervous system of the starfish Mathasterias glacialis (L.)' by J E Smith[June 1936]
RR/27/84Referee's report by Arthur Roberston Cushny, on a paper 'Studies on internal secretion. I - The effect of pituitary (anterior lobe) injection upon normal and thyroidectomised axolotls' by Lancelot Thomas HogbenOctober 1922
RR/27/85Referee's report by Arthur Roberston Cushny, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system. I - Reaction of frog's melanophores to pituitary extracts' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben and Frank R WintonFebruary 1922
RR/27/86Referee's report by Arthur Roberston Cushny, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system . II' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben and Frank R WintonAugust 1922
NLB/58/727Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Lancelot Thomas] Hogben Esquire, FRS12 June 1920
RR/29/3Referee's report by Arthur Robertson Cushny, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system. III.—Colour response in the hypophysectomised frog' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben and Frank R WintonFebruary 1923
RR/41/129Referee's report by Charles Arthur Lovatt Evans, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system. VI. The dual character of endocrine co-ordination in amphibian colour change' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben and David SlomeDecember 1930
RR/45/74Referee's report by Ronald Aylmer Fisher, on a paper 'The intellectual resemblance of twins' by Louis Herrman and Lancelot Thomas Hogben[September 1932]
RR/45/98Referee's report by Ronald Aylmer Fisher, on a paper 'The correlation of relatives on the supposition of sex-linked transmission' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben[August 1932]
RR/48/28Referee's report by John Burdon Sanderson Haldane, on a paper 'The detection of linkage in human families. II.–One heterozygous genotype indeterminate' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben[November 1933]
RR/48/26Referee's report by Ronald Aylmer Fisher, on a paper 'The detection of linkage in human families. I.–Both heterozygous genotypes indeterminate' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben[October 1933]
RR/48/27Referee's report by John Burdon Sanderson Haldane, on a paper 'The detection of linkage in human families. I.–Both heterozygous genotypes indeterminate' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben[November 1933]
RR/26/67Referee's report by Arthur Robertson Cushny, on a paper 'Experiments on Amphibian metamorphosis and pigment responses in relation to internal secretions' by Julian Sorell Huxley and Lancelot Thomas Hogben[October 1921]
RR/56/17Referee's report by Charles Arthur Lovatt Evans, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system VII—The chromatic function in Elasmobranch fishes' by Lancelot Hogben[October 1935]
RR/56/18Referee's report by Henry Hallett Dale, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system VII—The chromatic function in Elasmobranch fishes' by Lancelot Hogben[January 1936]
RR/57/97Referee's report by Lancelot Thomas Hogben, on a paper 'Development of eye colours in Drosophila: Pupal transplants and the influence of body fluid on vermilion' by George Wells Beadle, C W Clancy and Boris Ephrussi[November 1936]
RR/57/98Referee's report by Lancelot Thomas Hogben, on a paper 'The linkage between the genes for colour-blindness and haemophilia in man' by Julia Bell and John Burdon Sanderson Haldane[January 1937]
RR/69/49Referee's report by Lancelot Thomas Hogben, on a paper 'Observations on Discoglossus pictus Otth' by Hilda M Bruce, Alan Sterling Parkes and L A Lantz1946
RR/65/276Referee's report by Lancelot Thomas Hogben, on a paper 'A new and anomalous type of meiosis in a mantid, Callimantis antillarum saussure' by Michael James Denham WhiteApril 1938
NLB/57/869Copy letter from unknown correspondent, [Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Professor EW [Ernest William] MacBride, FRS26 February 1920
RR/68/94Referee's report by Lancelot Thomas Hogben, on a paper 'The resistance to desiccation of Drosophila mutants affecting body colour' by Hans Kalmus28 April 1941
RR/68/396Referee's report by Lancelot Thomas Hogben, on a paper 'The shape of the human being as a function of time' by Peter Brian Medawar28 September 1943
RR/68/380Referee's report by Carl Frederick Abel Pantin, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system. X. Relation of colour change to surface absorption of radiation' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben and Robert L Kirk[1943]
RR/68/397Letter from Lancelot Thomas Hogben, to John David Griffith Davies, regarding a paper 'The shape of the human being as a function of time' by Peter Brian Medawar21 May 1943
RR/68/430Referee's report by Vincent Brian Wigglesworth, on a paper 'Chemoreceptivity of Drosophila melanogaster' by Michael Begg and Lancelot Thomas Hogben[1944]
RR/68/481Referee's report by Carl Frederick Abel Pantin, on a paper 'Studies on temperature regulation. I. The Pulmonata and Oligochaeta' by Lancelot Thomas Hogben and Robert L Kirk[1944]
NLB/65/270Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Lancelot Thomas] Hogben; High School Yards, The University, Edinburgh2 October 1923
NLB/64/858Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Lancelot Thomas] Hogben of the University, Edinburgh2 July 1923
NLB/66/396Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Lancelot Thomas] Hogben, Physiology Department, the University, Edinburgh.1 May 1924
NLB/67/335Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir [Edward] Sharpey Schafer, FRS5 December 1924
NLB/68/360Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Cambridge Instrument Company Ltd.; 45 Grosvenor Place, S.W.1.25 June 1925
RR/45/75Referee's report by Charles Samuel Myers, on a paper 'The intellectual resemblance of twins' by Louis Herrman and Lancelot Thomas Hogben15 September 1932
RR/56/20Second referee's report by Henry Hallett Dale, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system VIII—The dual receptive mechanism of the amphibian background response' by Lancelot Hogben and David Slome[January 1936]
RR/56/19Referee's report by Henry Hallett Dale, on a paper 'The pigmentary effector system VIII—The dual receptive mechanism of the amphibian background response' by Lancelot Hogben and David Slome[November 1935]
EC/1936/08Hogben, Lancelot Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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