Whipham, Thomas Roland Charles

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Whipham, Thomas Roland Charles

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1871-1945

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Son of Thomas Tillyer Whipham. Educated at Rugby School and New College Oxford, and at St George's Hospital, where his father was a physician. He graduated M.B.,B.Ch.Oxon in 1898, took the M.R.C.P in 1900, and proceeded M.A. and M.D. in 1905.

At St George's Hospital he served as demonstrator in materia medica, assistant curator of the museum, and medical registrar.

Later he became physician to the Evalina Hospital for Children, and assistant physician and physician-in-charge of the children's department of the Prince of Wales Hospital, Tottenham. In 1918 he moved to South Devon where he acted as assistant physician to the Exeter Dispensary and the Children's Convalescent Home at Exmouth. His manual on Medical Diseases of Children was published in 1912.

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Pathology Museum, St George's, University of London (1843-)

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