Included in the evidence are traits of character that exhibit Gray’s inclination towards garnering credit – intellectual and financial – to himself, to others’ cost.
“It was sad for Gray that he didn't live long enough to acquire generosity. He'd stood on other people's shoulders, but was in too much of a hurry to say thanks,” said Dr. Ruth Richardson, author of the Clinical Anatomy article that looks into the issue.
Full bibliographic information:
Richardson, R. (2016), "Henry Gray, plagiarist", Clin. Anat., 29: 135–139.