Person    | Female  Born 1865  Died 1925

Dame Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake

Categories: Medicine

Dame Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake

Surgeon (and a skilled boxer and cricket-player). Born Essex.  Studied medicine at the London School of Medicine for Women.

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Dame Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake

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Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake

There are actually 2 busts (identical we think): one facing into the square a...

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Western Dispensary

Western Dispensary

From AIM25:"The Western Dispensary was founded in Charles Street, Westminster, in 1789, 'for gratuitously administering advice, medicines and attendance to the poor inhabitants of the City of Westm...

Group, Medicine

1 memorial
Medical College of St Bartholomew's Hospital

Medical College of St Bartholomew's Hospital

From AIM: "Medical students at St Bartholomew's Hospital are first recorded in 1662. The School and the Hospital were formally separated in 1921, when the School was incorporated with a new title,...

Building, Education, Medicine

1 memorial
Lorne House

Lorne House

Early-mid 19th century pair of terraced houses, now Grade II Listed. From 1945 on this property has had a chequered career. Lome House was approved for the education and training of girls sent the...

Building, Medicine, Property

1 memorial
Robert Koch

Robert Koch

Discovered the bacilli for anthrax, tuberculosis and cholera. A founder of bacteriology. Born Clausthal, Germany. Died Baden-Baden, Germany.

Person, Medicine, Germany

1 memorial
Breast Cancer Care

Breast Cancer Care

Charity providing support for women with breast cancer. Founded by Betty Westgate, five years after she was diagnosed with the disease. Originally called the Mastectomy Association; the name was ch...

Group, Medicine

1 memorial