Richard Pearson

(1754—1836) physician

'Richard Pearson' can also refer to...

Strong, Richard Pearson

Sir Richard Pearson (1731—1806) naval officer

PEARSON, Richard Francis Malachy (1872 - 1956)

Pearson, Sir Richard (1731-1806), naval officer

Pearson, Richard (bap. 1764, d. 1836), physician

PEARSON, John Richard Anthony (born 1930), Scientific Consultant, Schlumberger Cambridge Research, since 1996 (Scientific Adviser, 1982–95); Chairman, Pearson Publishing Group, since 1993

AIKENS, Richard (John Pearson) (born 1948), a Lord Justice of Appeal, since 2008

MORENO, Glen Richard (born 1943), Chairman: Pearson plc, since 2005; Virgin Money, since 2015

REECE, Alan Richard (1927 - 2012), Owner Director, Pearson Engineering Ltd, Newcastle upon Tyne, since 1985

Lincoln. By Richard J. Carwardine. (Harlow, Eng.: Pearson, 2003. xviii, 352 pp. Paper, $16.95, isbn 0-582-03279-2.)

PRICE, Richard Ralph (born 1944), Chairman, British Association for Performing Arts Medicine, since 2007; Director, Pearson Education Ltd, since 2014

Eric Shiraev and Richard Sobel (2006). People and Their Opinions. Thinking Critically About Public Opinion. New York: Pearson Longman, 368 pp., ISBN 0–321–07898–5.

WELLER, Thomas Huckle (1915 - 2008), Richard Pearson Strong Professor of Tropical Public Health, Harvard University, 1954–85, Emeritus 1985 (Head, Department of Tropical Public Health, 1954–81); Director, Center for Prevention of Infectious Diseases, Harvard School of Public Health, 1966–81

STRONG, Richard Pearson (1872 - 1948), Professor of Tropical Medicine, Harvard University Medical School, 1913–38; Professor Emeritus, 1938; Trustee Carnegie Institution; Consultant Secretary of War, and Director of Tropical Medicine, Army Medical School, Washington; Colonel, MCAHQ, 1942–December 1945 (Legion of Merit 1946); General Medical Director, League of Red Cross Societies, Geneva, 1919–20

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