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David Maclennan Piercy

David Maclennan Piercy, British histopathologist. Recipient Forensic Medicine prize Carnegie Trust, 1959; Glen Flying Trophy, Royal Air Force, 1951. Served with Royal Air Force, 1950-1954.; Fellow Royal College Pathologists; member Association Clinical Pathology, Pathological Society Great Britain and Ireland, British Medical Association.

Background

  • Piercy, David Maclennan was born on October 5, 1930 in Scotland. Son of William Norman and Margaret (MacLennan) Piercy.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University St. Andrews, Scotland, 1960. House officer medicine and surgery National Health Service, Dundee, 1960-1961. House officer observatory and gynecology, Professional Unit, Dundee, 1961-1962, registrar neonatal paeditrician, 1962-1963, regional senior regional, honorary lecturer pathology, 1963-1975, senior consultant histopathology, Hull and East Yorkshire, since 1975.

      Deputy head histopathology Castle Hill Hospital, N. Humberside, 1979-1982. Consultant in field.

    Career

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Served with Royal Air Force, 1950-1954. Fellow Royal College Pathologists. Member Association Clinical Pathology, Pathological Society Great Britain and Ireland, British Medical Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Music; gardening.

    Connections

    • Married Gillian Gertrude Vine, August 8, 1953. Children– David Martin, Susan Jane, Lesley Sheila, Christopher John.
    • father: William Norman Piercy
    • mother: Margaret (MacLennan) Piercy
    • spouse: Gillian Gertrude Vine
    • children: David Martin Piercy
    • Susan Jane Piercy
    • Lesley Sheila Piercy
    • Christopher John Piercy
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    Born October 5, 1930
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