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John Hughlings Jackson (1062)

Interests
Clinical neurology
Profession
Neurologist
Nationality
British
Born
1835, Green Hammerton, Yorkshire, England
Died
1911, London, England
Short Biography
John Hughlings Jackson, FRS (4 April 1835 – 7 October 1911), was an English neurologist. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • MD St. Andrews University, 1860
  • MRCP London, 1861, FRCP London 1868
Appointments & Honors
  • Member, Royal College of Surgeons, and Licentiate, Royal Society of Apothecaries, 1856
  • House Physician, York Dispensary, 1856-9
  • Lecturer in Pathology, Morbid Anatomy and Histology, London Hospital Medical College, 1859
  • Assistant Physician to the Metropolitan Free Hospital and to the Islington Dispensary, 1859
  • MD, St Andrews University, 1860
  • MRCP, London, 1861
  • Clinical Assistant, Moorfield's Eye Hospital, 1861
  • Physician to National Hospital, Queen Square, 1862-1906
  • Lecturer in Physiology, London Hospital, 1863-94
  • FRCP, London, 1868
  • Fellow, Royal Society, 1878
  • President, Pathology and Bacteriology Section, BMA, 1882
  • First President, Neurological Society, 1885
  • President, Opthalmological Society, 1890
  • Moxon Gold Medal, Royal College of Physicians, 1903
  • LLD, Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh
  • DSc, University of Leeds
  • DM, University of Bologna
  • Hon. FRCP, Ireland
  • Corresponding Member, Royal Academy of Medicine, Belgium, 1903
Principal Publications
  • 1925 Neurological Fragments. Oxford University Press.
  • 1932 Selected Writings of John Hughlings Jackson. Hodder & Stoughton.