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Stanford University first full-time appointee to the faculty of the School of Medicine (1909), Professor of Anatomy and executive head of the Department until his retirement in 1938.  
 
Stanford University first full-time appointee to the faculty of the School of Medicine (1909), Professor of Anatomy and executive head of the Department until his retirement in 1938.  
 
[[Embryology History - Arthur Meyer]]
 
  
 
:"Arthur William Meyer was born August 18, 1873, near Cedarburg, Wisconsin, attended local schools, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1898. After a period of teaching, he entered the Johns Hopkins University Medical School, from which he received the M.D. degree in 1905. He taught for two years at Johns Hopkins and for one year each at the University of Minnesota and Northwestern University before coming to Stanford. He was the author of "An Analysis of the Exercitationes de Generatione Animalium of William Harvey," 1936, of the "Rise of Embryology," 1939, and of many articles dealing with anatomy and embryology. He was a member of and an active participant in the activities of a number of scientific societies. The Stanford Anatomy Museum, thanks to his efforts, possesses one of the most nearly complete collections of human bones, both normal and pathological, available for study."  
 
:"Arthur William Meyer was born August 18, 1873, near Cedarburg, Wisconsin, attended local schools, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1898. After a period of teaching, he entered the Johns Hopkins University Medical School, from which he received the M.D. degree in 1905. He taught for two years at Johns Hopkins and for one year each at the University of Minnesota and Northwestern University before coming to Stanford. He was the author of "An Analysis of the Exercitationes de Generatione Animalium of William Harvey," 1936, of the "Rise of Embryology," 1939, and of many articles dealing with anatomy and embryology. He was a member of and an active participant in the activities of a number of scientific societies. The Stanford Anatomy Museum, thanks to his efforts, possesses one of the most nearly complete collections of human bones, both normal and pathological, available for study."  
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(excerpt from [http://historicalsociety.stanford.edu/pdfmem/MeyerA.pdf Memorial Resolution] Stanford Historical Society)
 
(excerpt from [http://historicalsociety.stanford.edu/pdfmem/MeyerA.pdf Memorial Resolution] Stanford Historical Society)
  
 
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:'''Links:''' [[Embryology History - Arthur Meyer]] | [[Historic Embryology Papers]]
[[Historic Embryology Papers]]
 
 
 
==References==
 
* Meyer, AW. On the structure of the human umbilical vesicle. (1904) Amer. J. Anat, 3, 155-166.
 
* Meyer, AW. [[Paper - Retrogressive Changes in the Fetal Vessels and the Suspensory Ligament of the Liver|Retrogressive Changes in the Fetal Vessels and the Suspensory Ligament of the Liver]] (1914) Amer. J Anat. 477-521.
 
* Meyer, AW. [[Paper - The Debt of Human Embryology to the Practitioner |The Debt of Human Embryology to the Practitioner]]. (1913) Cal State J Med. Dec;11(12):479-81.
 
* Meyer, AW.  The rise of embryology. Stanford University Press, (1939). xv + 367 pages, 97 figures.
 
* Meyer, AW. The elusive human allantois in older literature. In Science, Medicine and History.  (1953) Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 510-520.
 
 
 
'''Search PubMed:''' [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Meyer%20AW%5BAuthor%5D&cauthor=true&cauthor_uid=18736116 Meyer AW]
 
===Essays on the History of Embryology===
 
* Meyer AW.  [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 1|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part I''']]. Cal West Med. 1931 Dec;35(6):447-51. PMID 18741978
 
* Meyer AW.  [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 2|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part II''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 Jan;36(1):40-4. PMID 18742009
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 3|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part III''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 Feb;36(2):105-9. PMID 18742030
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 4|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part IV''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 Mar;36(3):176-80. PMID 18742069
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 5|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part V''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 Apr;36(4):241-4. PMID 18742100
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 6|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part VI''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 May;36(5):341-3. PMID 18742132
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 7|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part VII''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 Jun;36(6):394-7. PMID 18742154
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 8|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part VIII''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 Jul;37(1):41-4. PMID 18742183
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 9|Essays on the History of Embryology: Part IX]]. Cal West Med. 1932 Aug;37(2):111-5.PMID 18742212
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 10|Essays on the History of Embryology: Part X]]. Cal West Med. 1932 Sep;37(3):184-7. PMID 18742252
 
* Meyer AW. [[Meyer - Essays on the History of Embryology 11|'''Essays on the History of Embryology: Part XI''']]. Cal West Med. 1932 Oct;37(4):243-6. PMID 18742279
 
 
 
===Mr. John Hunter on Generation===
 
* Meyer AW. Mr. John Hunter on Generation : Part I. Cal West Med. 1935 Aug;43(2):145-50. PMID 18743345
 
* Meyer AW. Mr. John Hunter on Generation: Part II. Cal West Med. 1935 Sep;43(3):222-6. PMID 18743376
 
* Meyer AW. Mr. John Hunter on Generation: Part III. Cal West Med. 1935 Oct;43(4):283-8. PMID 18743402
 
* Meyer AW. Mr. John Hunter on Generation : Part IV. Cal West Med. 1935 Nov;43(5):358-63. PMID 18743437
 
 
 
===The Hunters in Embryology===
 
* Meyer AW. The Hunters in Embryology: Part I. Cal West Med. 1936 Nov;45(5):420-2. PMID 18743862
 
* Meyer AW. The Hunters in Embryology: Part II. Cal West Med. 1936 Dec;45(6):492-5. PMID 18743892
 
* Meyer AW. The Hunters in Embryology: Part III. Cal West Med. 1937 Jan;46(1):38-40.  PMID 18743916
 
  
 
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Revision as of 16:19, 2 November 2015

Arthur William Meyer (1873 – 1966)
Arthur William Meyer (1873 – 1966)

Arthur William Meyer (1873 – 1966)

Department of Medicine Stanford University.

Stanford University first full-time appointee to the faculty of the School of Medicine (1909), Professor of Anatomy and executive head of the Department until his retirement in 1938.

"Arthur William Meyer was born August 18, 1873, near Cedarburg, Wisconsin, attended local schools, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1898. After a period of teaching, he entered the Johns Hopkins University Medical School, from which he received the M.D. degree in 1905. He taught for two years at Johns Hopkins and for one year each at the University of Minnesota and Northwestern University before coming to Stanford. He was the author of "An Analysis of the Exercitationes de Generatione Animalium of William Harvey," 1936, of the "Rise of Embryology," 1939, and of many articles dealing with anatomy and embryology. He was a member of and an active participant in the activities of a number of scientific societies. The Stanford Anatomy Museum, thanks to his efforts, possesses one of the most nearly complete collections of human bones, both normal and pathological, available for study."

(excerpt from Memorial Resolution Stanford Historical Society)

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