Lives of the fellows

Thomas Harris

b.1859 d.8 September 1906
MD Lond MRCS FRCP(1893)

Thomas Harris studied medicine at the Manchester School of Medicine, at Dublin and at W├╝rzburg. After qualifying in 1881, he held junior appointments at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, and at the Monsall Fever Hospital and Royal Infirmary, Manchester. At the Royal Infirmary he went on to become assistant physician, and in due course physician, with charge of the throat department. He was also on the staff of the Manchester Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Throat. At Owens College, he became lecturer on diseases of the respiratory organs, having previously taught pathology. He was an able lecturer and the author of a useful work on Indurative Mediastino-Pericarditis (1895). He married Isabella Maud, daughter of William Brockbank of Manchester, and had three daughters and a son.

G H Brown

[Lancet, 1906; B.M.J., 1906; Presidential Address to R.C.P., 1907, 19]

(Volume IV, page 364)

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