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Introduction

William James Hamilton (1903-1975)
William James Hamilton (1903-1975)

William James Hamilton (1903-1975) was originally at the St Thomas's Hospital Medical School and in 1936 became Professor of Anatomy in the University of London at St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College. He was Regius Professor of Anatomy at the University of Glasgow from 1945 to 1948. He was Professor of Anatomy at Charing Cross Medical School and then Dean of the School from 1956 to 1962. Finally, he was Professor Emeritus of Anatomy in the University of London since 1971.


He wrote, along with Boyd and Mossman, the textbook Human Embryology (1945).


Links: University of Glasgow | 1976 In memoriam: William James Hamilton


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References

Hamilton WJ. Barnes J. and Dodds GH. Phases of maturation, fertilization and early development in man. (1943) J. Obstet. Gynaecol, Brit. Emp., 50: 241-245.

Hamilton WJ. Boyd JD. and Mossman HW. Human Embryology. (1945) Cambridge: Heffers.

Hamilton WJ. The first findings of a pronuclear stage in man. (1946) J. Anat., 80: 224.

Hamilton WJ. Development of the egg of the cow up to the stage of blastocyst formation. (1946) J Anat. 80: 194-204. PMID 17105009

Hamilton WJ. A previllous human embryo. (1946) J Anat. 80: 215. PMID 20286234

Hamilton WJ. Hydatiform degeneration in an early human embryo. (1946) J Anat. 80: 244. PMID 20286256

Hamilton WJ. Early stages of human development. (1949) Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 4(5): 281-94. PMID 18121228 PMC2238331


Hamilton WJ. and Boyd JD. Development of the human placenta in the first three months of gestation. (1960) J Anat. 94(3): 297-328. PMID14399291 | PDF


Glenister TW. (1976). In memoriam: William James Hamilton. J. Anat. , 121, 207-11. PMID: 767313

HAMILTON WJ & BOYD JD. (1960). Development of the human placenta in the first three months of gestation. J. Anat. , 94, 297-328. PMID: 14399291


Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2020, September 26) Embryology Embryology History - William Hamilton. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Embryology_History_-_William_Hamilton

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