Thomas Peter Anderson Stuart

Thomas Peter Anderson Stuart

Thomas Peter Anderson Stuart

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Sir Thomas Peter Anderson Stuart (20 June 1856 – 29 February 1920) was a Scottish-born professor of physiology, founder of the medical school, University of Sydney.J. Atherton Young, '', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 12, MUP, 1990, pp. 130-132. Retrieved 3 April 2010

Early life

Stuart was born in Dumfries, Scotland, son of Alexander Stuart, a master clothier & tailor, a magistrate and a member of the town council; and his wife Jane, née Anderson. Stuart was educated at Dumfries Academy until 14 years of age and was then apprenticed to a pharmacist. passed the preliminary examination at the University of Edinburgh. Stuart spent a year at Wolfenbüttel, Germany, studying French and German; Stuart was awarded 10 medals and won other prizes and scholarships. During Stuart's course Lister was bringing in his revolutionary changes in the treatment of...
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