Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer

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Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer FRS FRSE FRCP LLD (2 June 1850 – 29 March 1935) was an English physiologist.wikipedia
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Artificial ventilation

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Schafer's method of artificial respiration is named after him.
Another manual technique, the "prone pressure" method, was introduced by Sir Edward Sharpey Schafer in 1903.

George Oliver (physician)

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He is regarded as a founder of endocrinology: in 1894 he discovered and demonstrated the existence of adrenaline together with George Oliver, and he also coined the term "endocrine" for the secretions of the ductless glands.
He continued the study of the glands of internal secretion, especially the suprarenals, in conjunction with Professor Edward Schäfer at University College.

Clewer House School

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Edward was educated at Clewer House School.

Ivan De Burgh Daly

His chair was filled by Prof Ivan De Burgh Daly.
In 1933 he continued in the same role for the University of Edinburgh (a far more prestigious location in his field), replacing Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer.

The Physiological Society

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Schafer was a founding member of the Physiological Society and from 1908 until 1933 edited the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology.
Other founding members included: William Sharpey, Thomas Huxley, George Henry Lewes, Francis Galton, John Marshall, George Murray Humphry, Frederick William Pavy, Lauder Brunton, David Ferrier, Philip Pye-Smith, Walter H. Gaskell, John Gray McKendrick, Emanuel Edward Klein, Edward Schafer, Francis Darwin, George Romanes, and Gerald Yeo.

James Davidson Stuart Cameron

His students included James Davidson Stuart Cameron and Alexander Murray Drennan.
After briefly serving as a junior doctor at both Edenhall and Highbury Hospitals in England He returned to Edinburgh to lecture in Physiology (under Prof Edward Sharpey Schafer) at the university from 1926 to 1939, being granted an MD in 1932 following his thesis on renal function, which won the gold medal for the year.

British Science Association

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Schafer became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1878, was president of the British Science Association in 1911–1912, was president of the British Medical Association in 1912.

William Rutherford (physiologist)

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He was Fullerian Professor at the Royal Institution and became Jodrell Professor at UCL in 1883, a position he held until 1899 when he was appointed to the chair of physiology at the University of Edinburgh (replacing the late William Rutherford ) where he remained until his retirement in 1933 and becoming Emeritus Professor thereafter.
His chair at the university was filled by Prof Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer.

Experimental Physiology

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Schafer was a founding member of the Physiological Society and from 1908 until 1933 edited the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology.
The journal was established by Edward Sharpey-Schafer in 1908, under the title of Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology.

North Berwick

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In 1902 he commissioned the Scottish architect Robert Lorimer to design Marly Knowe, a substantial Arts and Crafts villa in the coastal town of North Berwick, east of Edinburgh.

British Medical Association

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Schafer became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1878, was president of the British Science Association in 1911–1912, was president of the British Medical Association in 1912.

Adrenal gland

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He introduced suprarenal extract (containing adrenaline as well as other active substances) into medicine.
In 1894, English physiologists George Oliver and Edward Schafer studied the action of adrenal extracts and observed their pressor effects.

Alexander Murray Drennan

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His students included James Davidson Stuart Cameron and Alexander Murray Drennan.
His proposers were Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer, Thomas Jones Mackie, William Alexander Bain and Philip Eggleton.

James Cossar Ewart

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His sister married James Cossar Ewart.
He married three times, his first wife being the sister of Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer.

Fellow of the Royal Society

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Schafer became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1878, was president of the British Science Association in 1911–1912, was president of the British Medical Association in 1912. Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer FRS FRSE FRCP LLD (2 June 1850 – 29 March 1935) was an English physiologist.

Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

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Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer FRS FRSE FRCP LLD (2 June 1850 – 29 March 1935) was an English physiologist.

England

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Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer FRS FRSE FRCP LLD (2 June 1850 – 29 March 1935) was an English physiologist.

Endocrinology

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He is regarded as a founder of endocrinology: in 1894 he discovered and demonstrated the existence of adrenaline together with George Oliver, and he also coined the term "endocrine" for the secretions of the ductless glands.

Adrenaline

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He is regarded as a founder of endocrinology: in 1894 he discovered and demonstrated the existence of adrenaline together with George Oliver, and he also coined the term "endocrine" for the secretions of the ductless glands. He introduced suprarenal extract (containing adrenaline as well as other active substances) into medicine.

Endocrine system

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He is regarded as a founder of endocrinology: in 1894 he discovered and demonstrated the existence of adrenaline together with George Oliver, and he also coined the term "endocrine" for the secretions of the ductless glands.

Insulin

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Schafer coined the word "insulin" after theorising that a single substance from the pancreas was responsible for diabetes mellitus.

Pancreas

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Schafer coined the word "insulin" after theorising that a single substance from the pancreas was responsible for diabetes mellitus.

Diabetes

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Schafer coined the word "insulin" after theorising that a single substance from the pancreas was responsible for diabetes mellitus.