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Authorised form of nameSchwann; Theodor Ambrose Hubert (1810 - 1882)
Dates1810 - 1882
NationalityGerman
Place of birthNeuss, Germany
Date of birth07 December 1810
Place of deathCologne, Germany
Date of death11 January 1882
Research fieldPhysiology
ActivityEducation:
Jesuit gymnasium, Cologne
Career:
Was intended for the Church, but chose medicine; assistant to Johannes Muller (FRS 1840), Berlin; discovered pepsin (1836); Professor of Anatomy, Louvain (1839); Professor of Anatomy, Liege (1848)
Membership categoryForeign Member
Date of election03/04/1879
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Copley Medal 1845
RelationshipsRoman Catholic; unmarried
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
References:
B Heap, 'From the dust of the Earth? Things come to life: spontaneous generation revisited by Henry Harris' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 107-108
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/8183370
Royal Society codeNA6508
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MC/4Volume 4 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1844-1850
EC/1879/11Schwann, Theodor Ambrose Hubert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MS/426/258Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to J E [John Edward] Gray Esq15 February 1847
MC/4/120Letter from Richard Owen, Royal College of Surgeons, to Dr [Peter Mark] Roget, Secretary of the Royal Society1 January 1846
PT/74/7/18Drawings, blood corpuscles during muscle development by [Martin Barry][1840]
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