Person    | Male  Born 5/1/1905  Died 27/6/1979

Josef Dallos

Categories: Medicine

Countries: Hungary

Hungarian-born British ophthalmologist, invented living eye impression technique, 1930. Moved to London with George Nissel in May 1937 and, in Cavendish Square, set up the first contact lens only practice, 1937 - 1964. Died London.

See also K. C. Hall.

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