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public health physician

Antony Selwyn St Leger, British Public health physician. Fellow Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal Statistical Society; member International Epidemiological Association.


Leger, Antony Selwyn St was born on April 22, 1948 in Watford, England. Son of Arthur Antony and Mary Margretta (Selwyn-Jones) St. Leger.


Bachelor of Medicine, BCh, Welsh National School Medicine, 1971; Master of Science in Biometry, U. Reading, 1974.


House physician, surgeon, Singleton Hospital, Swonsea, Wales, 1971-1972; medical research county junior research fellow, U. Reading, England, 1972-1974; member scientific staff, Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit, Cardiff, Wales, 1974-1980; lecturer in epidemiology, U. Manchester, England, 1980-1982; consultant, senior lecturer in public health medicine, U. Manchester, England, 1982-1995; professor medical epistemology, U. Manchester, England, since 1996. External examiner various universities, since 1993. Technical advisor various publications, since 1985.


Fellow Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal Statistical Society. Member International Epidemiological Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, philosophy, mathematical logic, programming in C, wine.


Married Nora Christine Curran, September 12, 1981. Children: Eugene, Dominic, Alexandra, Xavier.

Arthur Antony Leger

Mary Margretta (Selwyn-Jones) St. Leger

Nora Christine Curran

Eugene Leger

Dominic Leger

Alexandra Leger

Xavier Leger