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ANNUAL EEPORT xxxi Faculty of Medical Science Department of Anatomy -The total number of students in the Department during the session was 382 Of these 124 were proceeding to the degree of 64 to the diploma of the Conjoint Board and 83 to the Dental Diploma and 111 were receiving instruction in massage Fifty-seven students passed their Second Medical Examination and 52 passed the Dental Examination One student gained Second Class Honours in the Sc Anatomy Examination at the end of the session During the session Dr Gladstone was engaged in research with Dr Pickering on The Development of Blood Plasma and with Mr Dunlop on Anatomical Structures concerned in the Secretion and Absorption of Cerebro-spinal Fluid in addition to researches on the subject on Human Embryology Mr Colledge was engaged on re- search in Remedial Methods for relieving Facial Paralysis by Nerve Suture Professor Barclay-Smith acted as Examiner in Anatomy to the Universities of London and Cambridge and as Hon Secretary to the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland He lectured during the session to the School of Art of the Royal Academy and to the Listerian Society of King's College Hospital Dr Gladstone acted as Examiner to the Chartered Institute of Massage and Medical Gymnastics and as Recorder to the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland Mr Sidney Boyd who had been associated with the Department for many years was compelled by the pressure of his work to the great regret of his colleagues and students to relinquish his appointment at the end of the Michaelmas Term Department of Physiology -During the session the number of students attending the Department for instruction showed an appreciable increase largely explained by considerable influx of dental students in consequence of the institution of special classes to meet their needs The total numbers of students were -Medical 115 Dental 86 and Science 18 Of those presenting themselves for examination with view to medical qualification 109 were successful and passed on to hospital work In June work was begun on an extension of the Department in order to provide additional accommodation for organic chemistry biochemist histology and advanced experimental work This will relieve to large extent the congestion previously existing Mr Reeves received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of the Univer- sity of Birmingham for his investigations of the Tellurium Compounds and Professor McDowall was elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Mr Negus and Mr Stanford Cade two research workers in the Department were appointed Hunterian Professors of the Royal College of Surgeons
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