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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.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
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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Children who died in the Evelina at Guy's Hospital

Children who died in the Evelina at Guy's Hospital

See the Evelina Children's Hospital for more information.

Group, Children, Medicine

1 memorial
British Association of Dermatologists

British Association of Dermatologists

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, Si...

Group, Medicine

1 memorial
Dr William H. Brotherton

Dr William H. Brotherton

Lived in and ran his medical practice from a house at 289, Cambridge Heath Road. BMJ 19 March 1864 reports: "APOTHECARIES' HALL. On March 10th, the following Licentiates were admitted:- Brotherton...

Person, Medicine

1 memorial
William Farr

William Farr

Epidemiologist, a founder of medical statistics. Born Kenley, Shropshire.

Person, Medicine, Science

1 memorial
C. A. Patten

C. A. Patten

Charles Arthur Patten was Medical Officer of Health for Ealing District Council in 1901. His post-nominal, LRCP Lon, indicates that he was a Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians. Brief o...

Person, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial