Lives of the Fellows
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Born at Leighton Buzzard, where his father, William Robinson Lawford, was in practice. He received his professional training at Salop Infirmary, Shrewsbury, and after three years became a student of medicine at University College, London. After qualifying he returned in 1844 to Leighton Buzzard, whe
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2012-07-04
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Educated at St Bartholomew's Hospital and the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. He was the second son of Lieut-Colonel Herbert Lloyd, of Chelsea. Settling as a medical practitioner in Bath in 1829, he practised there for more than forty years, holding various medical appointments. At the time of h
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2012-09-26
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Born in the Isle of Wight. He was apprenticed to Dr Newington in Spitalfields, and studied at Westminster and St Bartholomew's Hospitals. He practised in Camberwell in 1846, and became Medical Superintendent of Camberwell House Asylum in South-East London for the rest of his active life. He was keen
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2013-01-23
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Born on July 10th, 1847, the son of James Neatby Warner; was educated at home until at the age of 20 in 1867 he won a junior scholarship at King's College, London. At the first MB University of London Examination he gained 1st class honours in chemistry and materia medica, in the second MB 1st class
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2013-02-07
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Born on August 17th, 1857, at Castle Donington, Leicestershire, the youngest son of John Smith, a surgeon of considerable repute during forty years at Castle Donington. He received his early education at Christ's Hospital, where he was distinguished both as a scholar and as an athlete. He won an ope
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2013-02-13
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Received his early professional education under William Travis, of Scarborough, remaining with him till he came of age. He afterwards attended the Medical Schools of Guy's and St Thomas's Hospitals, and spent a short period in those of Paris. He began to practise in York at the age of 25, and was so
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Practised as a physician at Henllan Place, Denbigh, was Physician to the North Wales Asylum for the Insane and to the Rhyl Convalescent Institute, also Surgeon to the Denbighshire Infirmary and General Dispensary. In 1851 he was President of the North Wales Branch of the Provincial Medical and Surgi
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2013-04-18
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Born in London, 5 June 1862, the only child of John Carr, JP, chemist, and M A Bowers, his wife. He was educated at University College School and Hospital, winning an exhibition and gold medal in materia medica and pharmaceutical chemistry at the University of London intermediate examination. He was
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2013-04-10
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Frederick Grant Banting, the discoverer of insulin, was born at Alliston, Ontario on 4 November 1891, fifth child and fourth son of William Thompson Banting, farmer, of Irish extraction, and Margaret Grant, his wife, of Scotch extraction. He was educated at Alliston High School and Toronto Universit
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2013-07-10 2014-02-07
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Born 4 April 1852 at Eaton Socon, Huntingdonshire, the second son and third child of William Hobson, merchant, and Susan Ann Squire his wife. He was educated at Bedford School, where he was first prizeman, and at University College Hospital, where he won the gold medals for physiology, comparative a
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He received his medical education at Queen's College, Birmingham, where he gained medals in anatomy, physiology, chemistry, midwifery, and materia medica, as well as the Radcliffe and Webster prizes. He then proceeded to University College, London, and won the Fellowes gold medal. At the University
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2013-10-23 2015-09-04
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Sir Humphry Rolleston was a physician and a College of Physicians man. He was elected LRCP before the establishment of the Conjoint Board and was never an MRCS. But he was a constant friend of the College of Surgeons, a life-long and almost daily reader in the Library, to which he gave many books, a
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