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John Charles Foreman, British educator, dean. Registered medical practitioner, United Kingdom; chartered biologist. University College London fellow, 1993. Fellow Royal Society Medicine, Institute of Biology; member British Pharmacol. Society (editor 1980-1987), Physiological Society, American Society Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (affiliate).

Background

Foreman, John Charles was born on February 6, 1949 in Peterborough, England. Son of George Lewis and Helen (Tumbelty) Foreman.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University London, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University London, 1973. Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Science, University London, 1976.

Doctor of Science, University London, 1993.

Career

House physician and surgeon, Peterborough District Hospital, 1977; instructor medicine, Johns Hopkins School Medicine, Baltimore, 1978-1979; lecturer in pharmacology, University College, London, 1979-1987; senior lecturer, University College, London, 1987-1992; reader in pharmacology, University College, London, 1992-1994; professor immunopharmacology, University College, London, since 1994; sub dean medical science, University College, London, 1982-1993; warden of Campbell House, University College, London, 1980-1988; dean students, University College, London, since 1996. Visiting professor U. Odense, Denmark, 1991, U. Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, 1996. Consultant in field.

Achievements

  • Registered medical practitioner, United Kingdom. Chartered biologist.

Works

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Medicine, Institute of Biology. Member British Pharmacol. Society (editor 1980-1987), Physiological Society, American Society Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (affiliate).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, walking, music.

Connections

father:
George Lewis Foreman

mother:
Helen (Tumbelty) Foreman