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Surgeon

Neil Philip James Cripps, British surgeon. Recipient Gilbert Blane medal Royal College Surgeons England, 1995. Commander Royal Navy, since 1994. Fellow Royal Society Medicine; member St. Mark's Association.

Background

Cripps, Neil Philip James was born on July 6, 1959 in Kingston, Surrey, United Kingdom. Son of John James and Sheila Cripps.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, ChB, Manchester University, 1982. Chairman, Manchester University, 1996.

Career

Research fellow Mod Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics Porton, Salisbury, England, 1993-1994. Senior registrar Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, England, 1994-1995, St. Mark's Hospital, London, 1995-1996, Portsmouth Hospitals, National Health Service Trust, 1996-1997. Consultant surgeon Royal Hospital, Haslar, Gospert, Hampshire, since 1997.

Honorary consultant surgeon Queen Alexandria Hospital, Portsmouth.

Membership

Commander Royal Navy, since 1994. Fellow Royal Society Medicine. Member St. Mark's Association.

Connections

Married Evelyn Victoria Bell, September 1, 1984. Children: James, Sarah, Emma, Guy.

father:
John James

mother:
Sheila Cripps

spouse:
Evelyn Victoria Bell

child:
James Cripps

child:
Sarah Cripps

child:
Emma Cripps

child:
Guy Cripps