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Authorised form of nameBrinton; William (1823 - 1867)
Dates1823 - 1867
NationalityBritish
Place of birthKidderminster, Worcestershire, England
Date of birth20 November 1823
Date of death17 January 1867
OccupationPhysician
ActivityEducation:
King's College, London. MB (1847), MD (1848)
Career:
Honorary Fellow, King's College, London; Lecturer in Physiology, St Thomas's Hospital, London; Physician, St Thomas's Hospital (1860-1864); Physician, Royal Free Hospital, Middlesex; died of renal disease and uraemia
Memberships:
FRCP; Alpine Club
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election02/06/1864
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1867-1868 vol 16 pp vi-viii
Royal Society codeNA6441
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/000564Brinton, Williamnd
RR/2/29Referee's report by Henry Gray, on a paper 'On the dentate body of the cerebellum' by William BrintonSeptember 1852
RR/2/28Referee's report by Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, on a paper 'On the dentate body of the cerebellum' by William Brinton24 July 1852
RR/4/27Referee's report by John Marshall, on a paper 'Experiments and observations on the structure and function of the stomach in the vertebrate class' by William Brinton1862
MS/426/350Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [William] Brinton24 November 1848
AP/31/4/2Unpublished figure, contraction and dilation of the alimentary canal by William Brinton5 April 1848
EC/1864/03Brinton, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/31/4/3Unpublished figure, peristalsis by William Brinton5 April 1848
RR/2/27Letter from William Bowman, on a paper 'On the dentate body of the cerebellum' by William Brinton to Benjamin Collins Brodie23 July 1852
RR/4/28Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'Experiments and observations on the structure and function of the stomach in the vertebrate class' by William Brinton10 January 1862
AP/31/4/4Unpublished figure, 'Diagram of the relative positions of aperture and axis' by William Brinton5 April 1848
AP/31/4/1Unpublished manuscript, 'Contributions to the physiology of the alimentary canal' by William Brinton5 April 1848
AP/31/4Unpublished paper, 'Contributions to the physiology of the alimentary canal' by William Brinton5 April 1848
AP/44/2Unpublished paper, 'Experiments and observations on the structure and the function of the stomach in the vertebrate class' by William Brinton1861
RR/5/247Referee's report by William Brinton, on a paper 'Inquiries into the national dietary' by Edward Smith12 July 1864
AP/33/6/1Unpublished manuscript, 'On the dentate body of the cerebellum' by William Brinton20 May 1852
AP/33/6Unpublished paper, 'On the dentate body of the cerebellum' by William Brinton20 May 1852
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