Lives of the fellows

Arthur Francis Stabb

b.17 February 1867 d.3 October 1944
MB Cantab MRCS FRCP(1908)

A. F. Stabb was born at Lowestoft and educated at Cambridge University and St. Thomas’s Hospital, where he won the Tite and Musgrove scholarships and the Treasurer’s gold medal. He qualified in 1889 and filled junior posts at Addenbrooke’s and St. Thomas’s Hospitals early in his career. He also lectured and examined on midwifery at Cambridge. His principal appointments were those of obstetric physician and lecturer on midwifery and the diseases of women at St. George’s Hospital, and physician to the Queen Charlotte and East End Maternity Hospitals. He retired to Woodchester in Gloucestershire some twenty years before his death.

G H Brown

[Lancet, 1944]

(Volume IV, page 495)

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