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Jean Margaret Bradley

medical microbiologist

Jean Margaret Bradley, British medical microbiologist. Fellow Royal Society Medicine (council; member Hospital Infection Society, British Society for Study Infectious Diseases, British Society Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.

Background

Bradley, Jean Margaret was born on March 26, 1931 in London. Daughter of Edgar J. and Jessie M. (Clarke) B. Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Science, University London, 1955. Consultant microbiologist Royal Free Hospital, London, since 1967.

Co-author: Practical Bacteriology, 1969.

Education

Pocket Consultant; Infection, 1982.

Career

Consultant microbiologist Royal Free Hospital, London, since 1967.

Works

  • Author: Practical Bacteriology, 1969. Pocket Consultant

  • Infection, 1982. Fellow Royal Society Medicine (council member 1974-1976), Royal College Pathologists.

    Member Hospital Infection Society, British Society for Study Infectious Diseases, British Society Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. Avocations: travel

  • gardening. Local history.

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Medicine (council. Member Hospital Infection Society, British Society for Study Infectious Diseases, British Society Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel; gardening; local history.

Connections

father:
Edgar J. M.Bradley

mother:
Jessie M. (Clarke) B. M.Bradley