King's College, London

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HAYES, Thomas Crawford (died 1909), Fellow of King’s College, London; Emeritus Professor of Midwifery, King’s College, London; Consulting Physician King’s College Hospital and Royal Free Hospital

BOTTOMLEY, William Beecroft (1863 - 1922), Fellow, King’s College, London; Professor of Botany, King’s College, London, 1893–1921; Professor of Biology, Royal Veterinary College, London, since 1891

BEALE, Lionel Smith (1828 - 1906), Physician; Emeritus Professor of Medicine, King’s College London, and Consulting Physician, King’s College Hospital; Fellow of King’s College

LOBBAN, Charles Henry (1881 - 1963), Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering in King’s College, University of London; Fellow of King’s College

BEYNON, John David Emrys (born 1939), Principal, King’s College London, 1990–92

WOOLDRIDGE, Sidney William (1900 - 1963), Professor of Geography in University of London, King’s College

LAWRENCE, Robert Daniel (1892 - 1968), Consulting Physician, Diabetic Clinic, King’s College Hospital, London

LOVEDAY, Thomas (1875 - 1966), Hon. Fellow, Bristol and King’s College, London

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NEWHAM, Dianne Jane (born 1949), Professor of Physiotherapy, King’s College London, since 1993

EBRINGER, Alan Martin (born 1936), Professor of Immunology, King’s College, London, 1995, now Emeritus

RICHARDSON, Genevra Mercy (born 1948), Professor of Law, King’s College London, since 2005

NOKES, David Leonard (1948 - 2009), Professor of English, King’s College, London, since 1998

KING, Kenneth Charles (1911 - 1970), Professor of German, King’s College, London, since 1965

WAYNFORTH, Harry Morton (1867 - 1916), Professor of Engineering, University of London, King’s College

BYRNE, Edward (born 1952), President and Principal, King’s College London, since 2014

ROGERS, (Frances) Alice (born 1947), Professor of Mathematics, King’s College London, since 2007


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The College, incorporated in 1829, was designed as an Anglican counterweight to the undenominational University College, London, which had been established in 1827. From 1908 to 1980 the theological department had a separate identity from the rest of the College, but has now been reintegrated. The College is a constituent part of the University of London.

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