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David Maclennan Piercy

histopathologist

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.

Interests

  • Other 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