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Biographical entry Lee, Douglas Harry Kedgwin (1905 - 2005)

Born
22 February 1905
Bristol, England
Died
2005
Occupation
Physiologist

Summary

Douglas Lee was Professor of Physiology, University of Queensland 1936-1948. He was educated at the universities of Queensland (BSc, MSc) and Sydney (MB, BS, MD) and at University College London (PhD?).

Details

Events

1930 - 1933
Career position - Medical Officer with the Commonwealth Health Department
1934 - 1935
Career position - Sharpey Scholar at the University of London
1935
Career position - Rockefeller Medical Fellow
1936
Career position - Professor of Physiology at the University of Singapore
1936 - 1948
Career position - Professor of Physiology at the University of Queensland
1938 - 1942
Career position - Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Queensland
c. 1942 - c. 1945
Career position - Major with the Australian Army Medical Corps

Published resources

Books

  • Gregory, Helen, Vivant Professores: Distinguished Members of the University of Queensland, 1910-1940, University of Queensland Library, St Lucia, 1987, 180 pp. Details
  • Whyte, Malcolm, A Global Scientist: Douglas H. K. Lee, Brolga Press, Gundaroo, 1995, 199 pp. Details

Reviews

  • Anderson, Warwick, review of Whyte, Malcolm, A Global Scientist: Douglas H. K. Lee, Brolga Press, Gundaroo, 1995, 199 pp., Health and History, vol. 3, no. 2, 2001, pp. 148-150. Details

Online Resources

  • Mellor, Lise, 'Lee, Douglas Harry Kedgwin', in Faculty of Medicine Online Museum and Archive, University of Sydney, 2008. Details
  • 'Lee, Douglas H K (1905-2005)', Trove, National Library of Australia, 2009, http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-969681. Details

See also

Rosanne Walker