Presentation: Dr. Nicholas Cambridge at Dalhousie University, Faculty of Medicine

DR. NICHOLAS CAMBRIDGE
TJ (JOCK) MURRAY VISITING SCHOLAR

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Dr. Nicholas Cambridge Honorary Research Fellow in Humanities & Medical History University of Buckingham, UK

Nicholas qualified as an electrical engineer in 1970 and then decided to become a doctor. He graduated from The Middlesex Hospital, London in 1977 and as a student won the first history of medicine prize offered by the Royal Society of Medicine. After a variety of clinical posts Nicholas became a family doctor in Surrey for twenty-five years. Whilst still running a busy practice he obtained his MD in medical history working part-time at The Wellcome Trust Centre of the History of Medicine at University College London. He retired at 60 in order to pursue his interests in medical history further. He has published in the journals of the various societies with which he is involved and where he has lectured.

Monday, October 16, 2017 | 16:30 – 17:30
Theatre A, Sir Charles Tupper Medical Bldg. Link with videoconferencing to
DMNB Saint John Rm. 105
Fredericton DECH Rm. 220
Miramichi Hospital Rm. 3111

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