adrian, edgar douglas
adrian, edgar douglas defined in 1939 yearadrian, edgar douglas - Adrian, edgaR douglas (b. 1889);
adrian, edgar douglas - English physiologist. Born Nov. 30, 1889, he was educated at Westminster and Trinity College, Cambridge. In 1925 he was made Oliver-Sharpey lecturer to the Royal College of Surgeons, and his work on the nervous system gained him the Nobel prize (Medicine), 1932. Adrian was appointed professor of Physiology, Cambridge University, 1937. He was elected F.R.S., 1923, and received the Royal medal, 1934. He was awarded the O.M., 1942.
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