Medical Students: St Thomas’
Edmond Arthur Douglas Boyd
Alan David Rowan MacAuslan
1921 – 25 May 2018 In 2005, at the age of 83, his story was reported in the BBC News.
Michael Harold Farnham Coigley
Upon return in 1946, with John Stephenson, wrote a paper on treating starvation with protein hydrolysate. He later became a general practitioner.
Keith Maxwell Fergusson
Peter J. Horsey
Became a consultant anaesthetist at Southampton.
2 March 1924 – 12 September 2015
Became a gastroenterologist, writer and postgraduate dean for North-West London hospitals. He specialised in alcohol misuse and became the first chairman of the medical committee of Alcohol Concern. His book, ABC of Alcohol, went through four editions.
John Anthony Reynolds
Upon return in 1946, with Coigley, wrote a paper on treating starvation with protein hydrolysate.
Peter Barr Taylor
Previously P. B. Taylor, he later appears in the Medical Register as Peter Barr-Taylor. In 1973 he was promoted from flight lieutenant to squadron leader.
Arthur Thompson Cook
Became a British Army physician.
1924 – 6 March 2001
Became a pathologist at the King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor.
3 September 1923 – 18 January 1979
Gained international recognition for his study of comparative anatomy and experiments with reptiles, particularly observing their colour patterns in relation to their nerve supply. He defined keratoacanthoma, the distinction between pemphigus and pemphigoid and made descriptions of melanocytes and malignant melanoma. He died in a road traffic accident at the age of 55.
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