Group    From 21/6/1962 

Royal College of Pathologists

Categories: Medicine

Initially they used some space at the HQ of the British Empire Cancer Campaign at 12 Grosvenor Crescent. In 1965 they moved to premises owned by the Royal Society of Medicine, Chandos House, Queen Anne Mews. Then, via Park Crescent, to their permanent home at 2 Carlton House Terrace.

The Memorandum and Articles of Association were signed on 13 November 1963. The Royal Charter was granted with effect from 28 February 1970.

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Royal College of Pathologists

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Professor Cedric Keith Simpson

Cedric Keith Simpson, CBE, MA, MD, LLD, FRCP, FRCPath, DMJ, 1907 - 1985, emin...

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Edward Jenner

Edward Jenner

Spent most of his life in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, where he was born (in the vicarage) and died (at home,The Chantry). First doctor to study smallpox vaccine. Trained with John Hunter at St Georg...

Person, Medicine, Science

4 memorials
Moorfield Hospital

Moorfield Hospital

Moorfields provides some history. 2019: Moorfields may be moving to King's Cross, to the old St Pancras Hospital site, immediately north of St Pancras Gardens.

Building, Medicine

1 memorial
Bethleham Hospital 1&2

Bethleham Hospital 1&2

A priory for the Order of the Star of Bethlehem, built in 1247 on Bishopsgate at Liverpool Street, started admitting mental patients in 1357. This was probably the world's first institution to spec...

Building, Medicine

4 memorials
Dr Owen Lankester

Dr Owen Lankester

Chairman of the East End Maternity Hospital, 1902 - 1933.  His obituary in Medical News 6 January 1934 tells us:  Born Alfred Owen Lankester, brother to (the later) Sir Ray Lankester.  Died at home...

Person, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial