Plaque

Professor Cedric Keith Simpson

Erection date: 1/6/2012

Inscription

Cedric Keith Simpson, CBE, MA, MD, LLD, FRCP, FRCPath, DMJ, 1907 - 1985, eminent forensic pathologist, emeritus professor of forensic medicine and author, lived here.
The Royal College of Pathologists
City of Westminster

Site: Professor Cedric Simpson (1 memorial)

W1, Weymouth Street, 11

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Professor Cedric Keith Simpson

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Cedric Keith Simpson

Forensic pathologist. Born Brighton. When Simpson became interested in forens...

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