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John Struthers (biologist)
Sir John Struthers, MD, LLD, FRCSE (1823-1899) was Professor of Anatomy at the University of Aberdeen for twenty-six years. He published a number of physiological monographs, and became famous for his dissection of the Tay Whale.
He is remembered in Aberdeen by his zoological collection and by the Struthers Medal and Prize, which he founded in 1891. Originally intended for the best dissection which would be kept for posterity, the monetary prize is now awarded by the Professor of Anatomy for the best research dissertation.
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