Patrick Dun

(c. 1581—1652) college head and benefactor

'Patrick Dun' can also refer to...

Sir Patrick Dun (1642—1713) physician

DUNNING, Simon (William Patrick) (born 1939)

Dun, Sir Patrick (1642-1713), physician

Dun [Dune, Dunne], Patrick (bap. 1581, d. 1652), college head and benefactor

DUNNING, John Ernest Patrick (1912 - 1992), retired; Director, Rocket Propulsion Establishment, Westcott, 1955–72

MICKS, Robert Henry (1895 - 1970), formerly Physician, Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital, Dublin (1927–62); Cons. Physician, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dublin; Consulting Physician Teac Ultain King’s Professor of Materia Medica, University of Dublin, since 1945

DAVIDSON, Andrew Hope (1895 - 1967), Ex-Master Rotunda Hospital, Dublin; Senior Consulting Obstetrician and Gynæcologist, Rotunda Hospital; Gynæcologist, Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital since 1948; Professor of Obstetrics and Gynæcology, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland since 1926; King’s Professor of Midwifery, Trinity College, Dublin

BALL, Charles Bent (1851 - 1916), Regius Professor of Surgery, University of Dublin, and Surgeon, Sir Patrick Duns Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Steevens, Monkstown and Orthopædic Hospitals; Hon. Surgeon to the King in Ireland; Member of General Medical Council

CRAIG, James (1861 - 1933), MP Dublin University in Dail Eireann since 1921; King’s Professor of Medicine, School of Physic, Trinity College, Dublin; Physician to Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital, Dublin; Consulting Physician to Dr Steevens’s Hospital, to Crooksling Sanatorium for Consumption, and to Cottage Hospital, Drogheda; Ex-President Royal College of Physicians of Ireland; Lecturer on Medicine Post Graduate Classes, TCD

FINNY, John Magee (1841 - 1922), Fellow and Past President Royal College Physicians, Ireland; Consulting Physician to Sir Patrick Duns’ Hospital, Mercer’s Hospital, Masonic Female Orphan School, Bloomfield Asylum, and Royal Hospital for Incurables, Dublin; Member of Senate, Trinity College, Dublin, and of Board of Superintendence of Dublin Hospitals; Visitor in Lunacy

MOORHEAD, Thomas Gillman (1878 - 1960), Consulting Physician to Mercer’s Hosp., Dublin and Steevens Hospital, Dublin; Regius Professor of Physic, Univ. of Dublin, since 1926; Vice-Pres. of Council of Alexandra College; late President Royal College of Physicians of Ireland; President British Medical Association; President Irish Medical Schools and Graduates Association; Member General Medical Council; Member Irish Medical Council; Chairman Dublin Clinical Hospitals Joint Committee; Chairman Board of Governors Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital, Dublin; late Pres. Assocn of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland; Vice-Pres. Royal Irish Academy; late Director National Cancer Campaign (Ireland); late Visiting Physician, Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital, Dublin, and Royal City of Dublin Hospital; late Pres. Leinster Branch British Medical Association; Consulting Physician National Children’s Hospital, Dublin, and Clonskeagh Hospital; late Hon. Consulting Physician to the Forces in Ireland; late temporary Lieutenant-Colonel RAMC; Professor of Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons; Censor in Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, etc.; King’s Professor of Materia Medica and Member of Board, Trinity College, Dublin

TAYLOR, William (1871 - 1933), Regius Professor of Surgery, Dublin, since 1922; President, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, since 1927; LLD (Hon.) McGill Univ.; Past-President of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; Colonel AMS and Consulting Surgeon to Forces in Ireland, 1916–22; Surgeon to Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital; Surgeon to the National Children’s Hospital and St Ultan’s Infant Hospital; Hon. Fellow American College of Surgeons, 1920; Past President Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland; Consulting Surgeon to the Coombe Lying-in Hospital and Consulting Surgeon to Madam Stevens Hospital and to the Dental Hospital

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