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Royal College of Surgeons

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION

Official Website:
http://www.rcseng.ac.uk/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sir Charles Bell
Doctor
Nov-1774 28-Apr-1842 New Idea of Anatomy of the Brain
Frank Macfarlane Burnet
Scientist
3-Sep-1899 31-Aug-1985 Acquired immunological tolerance
John Charnley
Doctor
29-Aug-1912 5-Aug-1982 Hip replacement surgery
A. J. Clark
Scientist
19-Aug-1885 30-Jul-1941 Drug responses
E. C. Dodds
Scientist
13-Oct-1899 16-Dec-1973 Diethylstilbestrol
John Langdon Down
Doctor
18-Nov-1828 7-Oct-1896 Down's syndrome
Alexander Fleming
Scientist
6-Aug-1881 11-Mar-1955 Discovered penicillin
Charles B. Huggins
Scientist
22-Sep-1901 12-Jan-1997 Hormonal treatment of prostate and breast cancers
Thomas Henry Huxley
Scientist
24-May-1825 29-Jun-1895 Debated Wilberforce over evolution
Joseph Lister
Doctor
5-Apr-1827 10-Feb-1912 Pioneer of antiseptic surgery
Sir Richard Owen
Naturalist
20-Jul-1804 18-Dec-1892 A History of British Fossil Reptiles
Sir James Paget
Doctor
11-Jan-1814 20-Dec-1899 Father of modern pathology
James Parkinson
Doctor
11-Apr-1755 21-Dec-1824 Essay on the Shaking Palsy
Ronald Ross
Scientist
13-May-1857 16-Sep-1932 Discovered malaria parasite in mosquitoes
Patrick Steptoe
Doctor
9-Jun-1913 21-Mar-1988 In vitro fertilization
Max Theiler
Scientist
30-Jan-1899 11-Aug-1972 Yellow fever vaccination
Andrew Wakefield
Doctor
1957   Bogus study linked vaccines and autism


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