Lives of the fellows

Peter David Bryan Davies

b.18 August 1920 d.18 November 1999
MB BChir Cantab(1944) MRCP(1948) MA(1950) MD(1952) FRCP(1967)

Peter David Bryan Davies was a former chest physician at University College and Whittington hospitals, London. His father, Thomas Morris Davies, was a general practitioner in London. His mother Carys was the daughter of a shopkeeper. He was educated at Dunstan House School and then Epsom College. He went on to study at Cambridge University and the Middlesex Hospital.

He was a house physician in 1944 at the Central Middlesex and then joined the RNVR as a surgeon lieutenant, serving for two years. In 1947 he returned to Central Middlesex as a medical registrar. From 1949 he was a clinical assistant, medical registrar and then chief medical assistant at Brompton Hospital.

In 1957 he was appointed as a consultant physician at the Whittington Hospital and in the same year became the physician-in-charge at St Pancras chest clinic. He was later appointed as a consultant chest physician at UCH. He was formerly a director of postgraduate education at Whittington Hospital and a clinical tutor. He wrote several papers and chapters on tuberculosis.

He married Margaret, the daughter of Stephen Owen Davies, a miner and Member of Parliament, in 1948. They had no children.

RCP editor

(Volume XI, page 147)

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