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Biographical entry Rudall, James Thomas (1828? - 1907)

Crediton, Devon, England
4 March 1907
Victoria, Australia
Ophthalmologist and Pathologist


James Rudall, a founder of ophthalmology in Australia and a leading pathologist, worked at the Melbourne Hospital 1865-1875, the Alfred Hospital 1887-1901 and was an examiner in pathology and physiology at the University of Melbourne 1866-1901.

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Australian Medical Association (Victorian Branch)

  • James Thomas Rudall - Records, 1867 - 1907; Australian Medical Association (Victorian Branch). Details

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Conference Papers

  • Lowe, R.F., 'Founders of Ophthalmology in Victoria, Australia: A.S. Gray, J.T. Rudall and T.A. Bowen', in Covacevich, Jeanette, Pearn, John, Case, Donna, Chapple, Ian and Phillips, Gael (eds), History, Heritage and Health: Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference of the Australian Society of the History of Medicine, Norfolk Island, 2-9 July, 1995, Society of the History of Medicine, Brisbane, 1996, pp. 373-374. Details

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See also

McCarthy, G.J.