(Sir) Sydney Sunderland was a member of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Melbourne from 1939. He was Professor of Anatomy 1939-61, Professor of Experimental Neurology 1961-75, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine 1953-71 and a member of the University Council 1951-67.
Born 31 December 1910. Died 27 August 1993. Foundation Fellow, Australian Academy of Science 1954.
A graduate of the University of Melbourne, Sunderland was appointed Senior Lecturer of Human Anatomy in 1936 while holding the position of Honorary Assistant Neurologist and Neurosurgeon at the Alfred Hospital. At the end of 1937 he became Demonstrator in Human Anatomy at the University of Oxford, where he continued his research in neuroanatomy. In July 1938 he was appointed Professor of Anatomy at Melbourne. From 1940-1945 he was in charge of a Peripheral Nerve Injury Unit at the A.G.M.H. at Heidelberg. He was Dean of Medicine from 1953 until 1971, and Professor of Experimental Neurology from 1961 until he retired in 1975.
Sydney Harbour Bridge was also known as The North Shore Bridge and referred to as that in many of the Newspaper articles on the Bridge.Includes articles about or written by Dr. Bradfield and Miss Kath...
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Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939) Thursday 28 July 1938 p 4 Article Illustrated
... DR. SYDNEYSUNDERLAND "0"e o* the most brilliant men Me'ocutre University has ever had/' is haw Sir ... been given the Chair of Anatomy at the Melbourne University. Dr. Sunderland is at present at le * IV ...
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The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Monday 10 September 1934 p 12 Article Illustrated
... ! HARRY SUNDERLAND ON EMPIRE GAMES ; - # . , . > INTIMATE DETAILS OF COOK I AND DEMPSEY ... - and HOBklns, of Sydney, brought that , ; M sport to London. But this latest gamblo i ;L In erecting th ...
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The Scone Advocate (NSW : 1887 - 1954) Tuesday 9 August 1938 p 1 Article
... Late News Sunderland, Monday. Fog delayed the start in the match between the Australians and Durham ... . Total, 5 lor 380. London, Monday. Sir Pelham Warner, in a letter to 'The Times,' says that if comparison ...
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Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 15 May 1964 [Issue No.61] p 1528 Government Gazette Proclamations And Legislation
... TRUST ACT, 1900-1960 (l.s.) E. W. WOODWARD, Governor. i. Lieutenant-General Sir Eric Winslow Woodward, K ... land containing an area of 2 perches or thereabouts situated at the end of Sunderland-avenue, Rose Bay ...
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Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 25 August 1905 [Issue No.445 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 5789 Government Gazette Notices
... ending 30th June, 1906, under the " Liquor Act, 1898," is published for general information. C. J ... Hotel Boyal Oak Hotel Sunderland Arms Hotel. Carlisle Castle Hotel Milson's Point Hotel Forth & Clyde ...
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