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William Osler

William OslerBorn: 12-Jul-1849
Birthplace: Bond Head, Ontario, Canada
Died: 29-Dec-1919
Location of death: Oxford, England
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Cremated, Osler Library, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Doctor

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Father of psychosomatic medicine

Father: Featherstone Osler (minister)
Mother: Ellen
Wife: Grace Revere Gross (m. 1892, two sons)
Son: Paul Revere Osler (b. 1893, d. young)
Son: Edward Revere Osler (b. 1895, d. 1917 Royal Artillery)

    High School: (boarding school, Weston, Ontario, Canada)
    University: Trinity College, University of Toronto (1867-)
    Medical School: MD, McGill Medical College, Montreal, Canada (1872)
    Professor: McGill University
    Professor: Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania (1884-89)
    Professor: Johns Hopkins University (1889-1905)
    Professor: Professor of Medicine, Oxford University (1905-19)

    Royal College of Physicians 1884

Author of books:
The Principles and Practice of Medicine (1892, For thirty years, the authoritative general medical text)
The Masterword in Medicine (1903)
Science and Immortality (1904)
A Concise History of Medicine (1919)
The Old Humanities and the New Science (1920)
The Evolution of Modern Medicine (1921)
Incunabula Medica: A Study of the Earliest Printed Medical Books, 1467-1480 (1923)
The Student Life and Other Essays (1928)
A Way of Life: An Address to Yale Students (1932)

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