1878 – Born at 5 Rutla Square in Dublin on the 17th of August. 1922 – Inspiration for character Buck Mulligan in James Joyce’s "Ulysses". 1924 – Gogarty won the bronze medal at the Olympic Games for his poem Ode to the Tailteann Games. 1937 – Gogarty’s memoir As I Was Going Down Sackville Street ..
French oculist and surgeon 1693 – Born on the 11th of August. He was a French ophthalmologist credited with originating the first significant advance in cataract surgery. Daviel earned his medical degree from the Medical School of Rouen. 1728 – He practiced in Marseille restricted his practice to ophthalmology. 1747 – ..
1908-1912 – Assistant to Daniel Hal..
1873 – Born on June 28th in Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, France. French surgeon who received the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for developing a method of suturing blood vessels. 1900 – Carrel received his M.D. from the University of Lyon. 1904 – Carrel left France for the United States, working first at the University of Chicago ..
1949 – Born Richard Henry Carmona on November 22nd, Carmona was raised in New York City’s Spanish Harlem neighborhood. American law enforcer and surgeon. 1977 – Received his B.S. from the University of California at San Francisco. 1979 – Earned his M.S. from the University of California at San Francisco. 1992 – Participated in helicopter ..
1950 – Born on November 7th in Lansing, Michigan. American neurosurgeon. 1967 – Canady was an exceptional student and named a National Achievement Scholar. 1971 – She received a B.S. degree at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. 1975 – Received her M.D. degree (Cum Laude), University of Ann Arbor. – She ..
1807 – Born in August 12th in St. Petersburg, Russia. British surgeon, zoologist and palaeontologist. 1832 – He was appointed assistant-surgeon to the Greenwich Hospital. 1842 – He had assisted in editing the Microscopical Journal. 1850 – He was elected F.R.S. and was an active member of the Linnean, Geological and other societies. ..
1783 – Brodie was born in Winterslow, Wiltshire on the 9th of June. 1801 – He received his early education from his father; then choosing medicine as his profession he went to London and attended the lectures of John Abernethy. 1808 – He became a pupil of Sir Everard Home at St George’s Hospital, and ..
1757 – Alexis de Boyer was born in France. – He was a physician attendant on Napoleon, and later a professor of clinical surgery at La Charité hospital and at the University of Paris. – He wrote extensively about urological affections, particularly micturition disorders, and did some of the first ..
1899 – Born in Culloden, Georgia on the 5th of April. 1913 – Entered Georgia Military Academy, a preparatory school for the University of Georgia. 1918 – Graduated from the University of Georgia with an A.B. at the age of 19. 1922 – Blalock earned his medical degree at Johns Hopkins. 1925 – With Harrison ..