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Biographical entry Glasgow, Eric Ferguson (1931 - 2001)

AO

Born
16 August 1931
Cookstown, Northern Ireland
Died
3 January 2001
Occupation
Anatomist and Educator

Summary

Eric Glasgow was professor of anatomy at universities in Australia, USA and Hong Kong.

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Events

1956 - 1958
Career position - Demonstrator at Queen's University in Belfast, Northern Ireland
1959 - 1965
Career position - Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Anatomy at the University of Western Australia
1965 - 1967
Career position - Senior Lecturer at Monash University, Victoria
1967 - 1972
Career position - Senior Research Fellow in Renal Disease of Children in the Pathology Departments of the Children's Hospital and University of Birmingham, UK
1972 - 2001
Career position - Honorary Professorial Fellow in anatomy at Monash University, Victoria
1985
Award - Monash Silver Jubilee Award for Teaching received
1985 - 2001
Career position - Professor of Human Anatomy at Stanford University in California, USA
1987
Award - Kaiser Award for Outstanding Teaching received from the Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
1992
Award - Kaiser Award for Outstanding Teaching received from the Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
1996
Career position - Visiting Professor of Anatomy at the Chinese University in Hong Kong
1997
Award - Kaiser Award for Outstanding Teaching received from the Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
1999
Award - Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)

Published resources

Newspaper Articles

  • Lindquist, Greg and Mitchell, Rod, 'Obituary: Professor Eric Ferguson Glasgow, AO, MB, MCh, BAO, MD', The Age, 17 March 2001. Details

Online Resources

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