Categories: Medicine, Science
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Epidemiologist, a founder of medical statistics. Born Kenley, Shropshire.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Originally known as the South Wimbledon, Merton and District Cottage Hospital. It opened with six beds and two cots. It was renamed in 1905 to commemorate the centenary of Nelson's victory at the B...
Erected by Archbishop John Whitgift, after he had petitioned and received permission from Queen Elizabeth I to establish a hospital and school in Croydon. The premises provided accommodation for be...
Hospital for women and children. Founded by surgeons Eleanor Davies-Colley and Maud Chadburn. Throughout its existence, it was staffed by women only. The original building was designed by Sir Edwin...
Building, Architecture, Medicine
Area in the roof of St Thomas Apostle Church where the apothecaries of St Thomas's hospital stored and cured herbs for medicinal purposes. It is open to the public on most days from 10.30 am to 5 pm.
232 dogs died in 1902 as a result of medical experiments. Wikipedia gives: "In 1875 there were around 300 experiments on animals in the UK, a figure that had risen to 19,084 in 1903 when the brown...
Animal, Animals, Medicine