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HESLOP, John Herbert and HESLOP, Barbara

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HESLOP, John Herbert and HESLOP, Barbara

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1850 - present

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HESLOP J

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HESLOP, John Herbert and HESLOP, Barbara

b : Dunedin

married : Barbara

education : University of Otago , graduating in 1949 ;
United Kingdom, FRCS ;
and in 1956 gained the Leverhulme Research Fellowship at Institute of Clinical Research, Middleton Hospital, London ;
New Zealand, Member Royal Australasian College of Surgeons,[NZ Committee of RACS, Council Member RACS, Member and Chair Part 1. Board of Examiners] ;

employment : Dunedin Public Hospital ;
London, Research Fellow Middleton Hospital;
New Zealand Private practice, including research, winning funding from the McLelland Trust Fund and the Moynihan Prize from the Association of British Surgeons, for his work on skin carcinogenisis. ;

As Council member of RACS he took an active interest in education both primary and post graduate work ;
At Otago, he became a member of the Clinical Medical Group as Associate Professor of Surgery, and Associate Dean of Post Graduate Studies, 1978 ;
Membership and National President Cancer Society ;

interests : An active sportsman Helsop gained a University Blue in cricket, managed two touring New Zealand cricket teams, becoming a member of the New Zealand Cricket Board.

“John Heslop and his wife, Barbara, were together awarded on the the highest accolades of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons – the Louis Barnett Medal for service to surgical education.”

source : articles by Barbara Heslop, obituary.

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