Embryology History - Orlando Charnock Bradley

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Introduction

O. Charnock Bradley (1871 – 1937)

Professor Orlando Charnock Bradley FRSE (1871 – 1937) was a British veterinarian at the University of Edinburgh and first President of the National Veterinary Medical Association.


He attended classes in chemistry, animal physiology and botany at the Harris Institute, Preston, before entering the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh, which was then carried on as a private enterprise by the late Professor William Williams, but was afterwards incorporated by the University of Liverpool in which it now forms the School of Veterinary Science.

He was Goodsir Memorial Fellow in the years 1903-5, the title of his thesis being "The Comparative Anatomy of the Mammalian Cerebellum", and in 1905 was awarded the degree of Doctor of Science in respect of his work on the development and morphology of the mammalian hind-brain.

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References

Bradley OC. On the Development and Homology of the Mammalian Cerebellar Fissures: Part I. (1903) J Anat Physiol 37: 112-30. PMID 17232548

Bradley OC. Development and Homology of the Mammalian Cerebellar Fissures: Part II. (1903) J Anat Physiol 37: 221-240.13. PMID 17232554

Bradley OC. On the Development of the Hind-Brain of the Pig: Part I. (1905) 40, 1-14.13. PMID 17232657

Bradley OC. On the Development of the Hind-Brain of the Pig: Part II. (1905) 40, 133-151.6 PMID 17232671

Bradley OC. A contribution to the morphology and development of the mammalian liver. (1908) J. Anat. and Phys. 43: 1-42. PMID 17232788

Bradley OC. (1903). On the Development and Homology of the Mammalian Cerebellar Fissures: Part I. J Anat Physiol , 37, 112-30. PMID: 17232548

Bradley OC. (1908). A Contribution to the Morphology and Development of the Mammalian Liver. J Anat Physiol , 43, 1-42. PMID: 17232788

Bradley OC. (1906). On the Development of the Hind-Brain of the Pig: Part II. J Anat Physiol , 40, 133-151.6. PMID: 17232671

Bradley OC. (1905). On the Development of the Hind-Brain of the Pig: Part I. J Anat Physiol , 40, 1-14.13. PMID: 17232657

Bradley OC. (1904). The Mammalian Cerebellum: Its Lobes and Fissures. J Anat Physiol , 39, 99-117. PMID: 17232628

Bradley OC. (1904). The Mammalian Cerebellum: Its Lobes and Fissures. J Anat Physiol , 38, 448-75. PMID: 17232617

Bradley OC. (1903). Development and Homology of the Mammalian Cerebellar Fissures: Part II. J Anat Physiol , 37, 221-240.13. PMID: 17232554

Bradley OC. (1928). Notes on the Histology of the Oviduct of the Domestic Hen. J. Anat. , 62, 339-45. PMID: 17104198


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