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Biographical entry Andrew, Richard Roderick (1911 - 1994)

Born
26 February 1911
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Died
12 February 1994
Occupation
Physician and Gastroenterologist

Summary

Richard Andrew was the founding Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Monash University 1960-1976. He was a member of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Melbourne 1947-1960 and worked in the Clinical Research Unit at the Alfred Hospital 1946-1955.

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c. 1935
Education - Bachelor of Medicine (MB) and Bachelor of Science (BS) completed at the University of Melbourne
1936
Career position - Junior Resident Medical Officer at the Royal Melbourne Hospital
1937
Career position - Senior Resident Medical Officer at the Royal Melbourne Hospital
1938
Career position - Resident Medical Officer at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
1939
Career position - Acting Superintendent at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Perth
1939 - 1947
Career position - Military service with the Australian Imperial Force
1940
Education - Doctor of Medicine (MD) received from the University of Melbourne
1946 - 1955
Career position - Physician at the Clinical Research Unit at the Alfred Hospital, Victoria
1947 - 1960
Career position - Member of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Melbourne
1960 - 1976
Career position - Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Monash University in Clayton, Victoria
1964 - 1976
Career position - Director of the Australian-American Educational Foundation
1970 - 1976
Career position - Chair of the Australian-American Educational Foundation

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Archival resources

Monash University Archives

  • Richard Roderick Andrew - Records, 1962 - 1968, MON 20; Monash University Archives. Details

Private hands (Andrew, R.R.)

  • Richard Roderick Andrew - Records, 1960 - 1976; Private hands (Andrew, R.R.). Details

Published resources

Book Sections

Edited Books

  • Andrew, Rod and Barnett, Alf (eds), In their day: the Baker Medical Research Institute memoirs of alumni, Hyland House, South Yarra (Vic.), 1992, 188 pp. Details

Online Resources

McCarthy, G.J.