First name(s)
Thomas Grigor
Surname
Brodie
Position(s) held at King's College London
  • Demonstrator on Physiology, 1891-1894
  • House Physician at King's College Hospital, 1891
  • Lecturer on Biology, 1891-1894
  • Evening Class Lecturer on Comparative Anatomy, 1891-1894
  • Evening Class lecturer on Animal Biology, 1894-[1895]

Education & professional details

Qualifications
  • M.D.
Position(s) held (non King's College London)

Professor of Physiology, University of Toronto

Professional activities
  • F.R.S.
  • F.K.C
Publications
  • With W. D. Haliburton, Nucleo-Albumins and Intravascular Coagulation (1894)
  • The Extensibility of Muscle (Physiological Department: King's College London, 1895)
  • The Essentials of Experimental Physiology, for the Use of Students (London: Longmans, Green, and Co.,1898)
  • A New form of Kymograph (1901)
  • Collected papers (Part I.) from the Research Laboratories of the Royal College of Physicians, London, and the Royal College of Surgeons, England (1903)
  • W. E. Dixon, The Pathology of Asthma (1903)
  • Heat Contraction in Nerve (Physiological Department: King's College London, 1903)
  • The Gaseous Metabolism of the Small Intestine. Part I, The Gaseous Exchanges during the Absorption of Water and Dilute Salt Solutions (Physiological Department: King's College London, 1910)
  • with Mackenzie, J. J. (John Joseph), A New Conception of the Glomerular Function
    (Toronto: Toronto University Library, 1916)
  • with J.J. Mackenzie, On Changes in the Glomeruli and Tubules of the Kidney Accompanying Activity  (Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, Vol. 87). (1916)

Personal details

Date of birth
8 Febuary 1866
Place of birth
St Sepulchre, Northamptonshire
Date of death
20 August 1916
Place of death
Hampstead
Obituary

Toronto University, President's Report 1916/17

British Medical Journal 26 Aug 1916

Nature 98,  (07 September 1916): 9-10. doi:10.1038/098009a0

Family details

Son son of Alexander Brodie and Sarah Palmer. Husband of Alice (Sims). Had at least one son, T/Lt Hugh Victor Brodie, R.N.V.R. 1899 – 6 December 1941

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