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Peter Barry Brontë Gatenby (1923 – 24 August 2015[1] in Sandycove, County Dublin[2]) was an Irish doctor, Medical Director for the United Nations and Professor of Medicine at Trinity College, Dublin. He was Ireland’s first full-time professor of clinical medicine.[3][4]

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FamilyEdit

Gatenby was the son of the zoologist James Brontë Gatenby and was related to the Brontë family. He had a wife, Yvette, two children, Robin and Odette, and six grandchildren.[5]

CareerEdit

In 2002, the Peter Gatenby Award was founded at Trinity College, Dublin.[6]

WorksEdit

  • The school of physic: Trinity College Dublin : a retrospective view, 1994
  • History of the Meath Hospital, 1996

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.tcd.ie/news_events/articles/trinity-community-mourns-the-death-of-peter-gatenby-hon-ftcd/5897#.VeXdZvZViko
  2. ^ http://notices.irishtimes.com/death/gatenby-peter-barry/43290467
  3. ^ June Shannon (16 Sep 2010). "Laying the clinical cornerstone". The Medical Independent. Retrieved 9 April 2012.
  4. ^ http://www.imt.ie/features-opinion/2012/08/pin-pointing-a-pioneer-in-modern-radiotherapy.html
  5. ^ http://notices.irishtimes.com/death/gatenby-peter-barry/43290467
  6. ^ http://www.medicine.tcd.ie/bulletin/july_2007/peter_gatenby_award.php

Donal G Weir, The Feds, An Account of the Federated Dublin Voluntary Hospitals 1961-2005