Elizabeth C. Crosby
Elizabeth C. Crosby (1888-1983) was an American neuro-anatanomist. Crosby received National Medal of Science from President Jimmy Carter in 1979 "for outstanding contributions to comparative and human neuroanatomy and for the synthesis and transmission of knowledge of the entire nervous system of the vertebrate phylum."  She was inducted into the Alabama Women's Hall of Fame in 1987.
Other distinctions and awards included:
- 1926 the Solis Award, the University of Michigan
- 1946 the Henry Russell Lectureship, the University of Michigan
- 1956 the Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award, the University of Michigan
- 1950 the Achievement Award of the American Association of University Women
- 1972 The Henry Gray Award of the American Association of Anatomists
- ;University of Michigan;Michigan Historical Collections Bentley Historical Library;Finding Aid for Elizabeth Caroline Crosby Papers, 1918-1983;Finding aid prepared by:Nancy Bartlett, 1983 and Nicholas J. Scalera 1995
- Alabama Women;s Hall of Fame:Elizabeth Caroline Crosby (1888-1983)
- The President's National Medal of Science: ELIZABETH C. CROSBY; Professor Emeritus of Anatomy
- "Inductees". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. State of Alabama. Retrieved February 20, 2012.
- New York Times:GETS WOMAN'S AWARD;June 22, 1950,
- University of Michigan-Advance;About Elizabeth Caroline Crosby (1888–1983)