Papers of John Brash de Vere Weir, 1908-1985, physiologist, senior lecturer in Physiology, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 1946-1973

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Lecture notes:

  • Chemistry 1926-1927;
  • Natural philosophy 1928;
  • Mathematics - Conic & Spherical Trig 1927-1928;
  • Mathematics - Calculus 1927-1929;
  • Mathematics - Geometry 1928-1930;
  • Botany 1930-1931;
  • Physiology 1931-1932;
  • Hygiene 1932;
  • Law c.1932;
  • Public International Law 1933;
  • Scots Law 1932-1933;
  • Political Economy 1932;
  • Forensic Medicine 1932-1933;
  • Zoology 1936;
  • Physiology 1936-1937;
  • Anatomy 1937-1938;
  • Embryology 1938;
  • Pharmacy 1938;
  • Pathology 1938;
  • Medicine 1938;
  • Pathology 1938-1939;
  • Materia Medica 1938-1939;
  • Surgery 1938-1939;
  • Clinical Surgery 1938-1939;
  • Operative 1939;
  • Public Health 1939;
  • Practical Bacteriology 1939;
  • Opthamology 1939;
  • Infant Hygiene 1940;
  • Medicine 1939-1940;
  • Midwifery 1940;
  • Gynaecology 1940;
  • Sick Kids 1940;
  • Ear, Nose & Throat 1940;
  • Reports 1940;
  • Venereal Disease 1940;
  • Skins 1939;

Class tickets:

  • Elementary German 1931;
  • Education Methods 1931;
  • History and Theory of Education 1931;
  • Psychology 1931;
  • Zoology 1936;

Physical Society:

  • Membership and syllabus card 1927-1929.

Administrative / Biographical History

John Brash de Vere Weir was born in c.1918  and was an arts and medical student at the University of Glasgow , Scotland between the years 1926-1941  .

In his first year, 1926-1927, he studied Maths and Natural Philosophy. The following year he took Logic, Higher Maths and Natural Philosophy. In his third year he studied Maths (Hons), Natural Philosophy (Hons) and French (Ordinary). In his final year, 1929-1930, Weir studied Maths and natural Philosophy. He graduated MA in 1930  and MB ChB in 1941  .

He went on to become a Senior Lecturer in Physiology at the University of Glasgow from 1946-1973  .

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Fonds level description compiled by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 27 October 2004.

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