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Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie () was a British surgeon and physiologist. For many years, he was professor of comparative anatomy and physiology at the Royal College of Surgeons and was known for his diagnostic skills. His reputation as a conservative surgeon allowed him to enjoy a . His collected works, with autobiography, were published in under the editorship of Charles Hawkins. His eldest son, Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 2nd Bart. (), was appointed professor of chemistry at Oxford in , and is chiefly known for his investigations on the allotropic states of carbon and for his discovery of graphitic acid.
Benjamin Collins Brodie — may refer to:*Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Baronet (–), English physiologist and surgeon *Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 2nd Baronet (–), English chemistee also*Benjamin Collins (disambiguation) Wikipedia. His printed Visiting Card. 1½ x 3 inches, paper adhering to verso. Undated. Found among the papers of Pierre Hippolyte Boutigny, professor of chemistry. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, the younger (), chemist. In he was appointed professor of chemistry at Oxford. He discovered an important process for the purification of graphite.
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Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie died of a shoulder tumour in Broome Park, Surrey at the age of His collected works, with autobiography, were published in under the editorship of Charles Hawkins.
In Brodie had married Anne Sellon, daughter of an eminent lawyer and they had several children of whom three survived into : 9 JuneWinterslow, Wiltshire, England.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: 3 volumes illustrations. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Baronet, (born June 8,Winterslow, Wiltshire, Eng.—died Oct. 21,Broome Park, Surrey), British physiologist and surgeon whose name is applied to certain diseases of the bones and joints.
Brodie was assistant surgeon at St. George’s Hospital for 14 years. In he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original w. BRODIE, SIR BENJAMIN COLLINS, 1st Bart. ( – ), English physiologist and surgeon, was born in at Winterslow, Wiltshire. He received his early education from his father; then choosing medicine as his profession he went to London in.
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He owned about 1, acres in Surrey. Sir Benjamin married in Caroline, daughter of the late Captain J. Woodriff, R.N., his Majesty's Serjeant-at-Arms, and they had one son and two daughters. Lady Brodie died in The heir is Captain Benjamin Colin (amended to Collins) Brodie, who was educated at Eton and Magdalen College, Oxford.
Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie () by William H. Brock*. The English chemist Benjamin Collins Brodie, who was regarded by Kekulé as "definitely one of the most philosophical minds in chemistry" (R. Anschütz, August Kekulé, Berlin,I, p. ), was the eldest son of Britain’s leading physiologist and surgeon, Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie ().
Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie (–). Drawing by D.J.M.H. Moll of Sheffield, England. Brodie published some 87 papers, including books. His early publications were on physiological experiments, the most important of which was the effect of the vagus nerve on gastric secretion [ 2 ].
Author of Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical, and A System of Surgery Theoretical and Practical, in Treatises by Various Authors, Vol.
1 of /5(3). The works of Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie with an autobiography / collected and ed. by Charles Hawkins Brodie, Benjamin Sir [ Book: ]. In Brodie married Anne Sellon; they had four children, one of whom, Benjamin Collins Brodie Jr. (), became a famous chemist, noted for the discovery of graphitic acid.
Inthree years after he was knighted, as he felt befitted his new station in life, bought a landed estate in Surrey. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie died of a shoulder tumour in Broome Park, Surrey at the age of His collected works, with autobiography, were published in under the editorship of Charles Hawkins.
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Three Volumes. London, Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green Google Scholar.Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie () attended anatomical lectures of John Abernathy at St Bartholomew's Hospital and James Wilson at the Hunterian School of Anatomy, Great Windmill Street, London, ; joint secretary of the 'Academical Society'; entered St George's Hospital as a pupil under Sir Everard Home, ; appointed House.