Talk:Paper - The early development of the membranous labyrinth in mammalian embryos

From Embryology

Barry Joseph Anson (b. 21 March 1894; d. 13 November 1974) received his masters and medical degree from Harvard in 1923 and 1926, respectively. He started teaching at Northwestern University Medical School in 1926 and became the Chair of the Anatomy Department in 1956. After retiring from his professorship there, he became Research Professor in the Department of Otology and Maxillofacial Surgery at the College of Medicine of the University of Iowa in 1962. Anson was a member of many professional societies and authored or co-authored several books including An Atlas of Human Anatomy, The Temporal Bone and Ear, and Surgical Anatomy. He also spent twenty years as editor for the Quarterly Bulletin of Northwestern University Medical School and contributed to numerous other publications.