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MILLS, Thomas Wesley, Canadian physician, born in Brockville, Ont., 22 February, 1847. He was graduated at the University of Toronto in 1871, and in medicine at McGill university in 1878. He afterward studied for a year in Germany and England. He was appointed demonstrator of physiology in McGill university in 1882, lecturer on physiology in 1884, and professor of that branch in 1886. He is president of the Society for the study of comparative psychology. In 1883 Professor Mills published the results of original investigation on the physiology of the voice, in which he maintained views in opposition to generally received opinion. He has also published "Outlines of Lectures on Physiology" (Montreal, 1886), contributed to Buck's "Handbook of Medical Sciences," and has written many articles for medical journals.
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