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British Association of Dermatologists

Categories: Medicine

The association is a charity, whose objects are the practice, teaching, training and research of dermatology. Its foundation was proposed in 1919 by Sir Archibald Gray, and at its first meeting, Sir Malcolm Morris was chosen as president.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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British Association of Dermatologists

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British Association of Dermatologists

Robert Willan was the founder of dermatology in Britain, so it's fairly certa...

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Walter Reed

Walter Reed

American army surgeon prominent in proving that yellow fever is transmitted by mosquitoes. Born Belroi, Virginia. Died Washington.

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, USA

1 memorial
Max von Pettenkofer

Max von Pettenkofer

Born southern Germany. It appears that Pettenkofer's successes in pioneering hygiene were sheer luck and his recognition on the frieze at the LSHTM is unmerited. But his biography on the picture s...

Person, Medicine, Germany

1 memorial
Dr. John Snow

Dr. John Snow

Pioneer anaesthetist and epidemiologist. Born North Street in York. The site given as the source for the picture of Snow is an excellent site.

Person, Medicine

6 memorials
Horatio Prater

Horatio Prater

Our colleague, Andrew Behan, has found someone who is probably our man, Andrew writes: I can find no evidence of an H. Prater in the Croydon area in the 1880's so I believe that the Historic Engla...

Person, Benefactor, Medicine

2 memorials