Max Leonard Rosenheim1908 - 1972 (64 Jahre)
Name Max Leonard Rosenheim Geboren 15 Mrz 1908 Hampstead, London, England, Großbritannien Geschlecht männlich Education 1915-1922 23 Crossfield Road, Hampstead, Hampstead, London, England, Großbritannien Prepartatory School The Hall Education 1922-1926 Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury, England, Großbritannien Education 1926-1929 St.Johns College, Cambridge, England, Großbritannien Occupation/Beruf 1941-1945 Royal Army Medical Corps Occupation/Beruf 1945-1946 Consultant physician to the Allied Land Forces in South East Asia Occupation/Beruf 1949-1970 Professor of Medicine at University College Hospital Occupation/Beruf 1966-1971 President of the Royal College of Physicians Occupation/Beruf 1972 Fellow of the Royal Society Biography Max Leonard Rosenheim, Baron Rosenheim KBE (=Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire), FRCP (=Fellow of Royal College of Physicians), FRS (=Fellows of the Royal Society) was born on March 15, 1908 in Hampstead as the son of Ludwig Rosenheim and Martha Reichenbach. He was a British physician and academic.
Rosenheim was educated at Shrewsbury School. He then went up to St John's College, Cambridge and University College Hospital Medical School. In 1938 he was awarded the Bilton Pollard Travelling Fellowship and worked as research assistant for Dr Fuller Albright at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He joined the Royal Army Medical Corps in 1941 and served in the Middle East and Italy, leaving the Army as a brigadier. From 1945 to 1946 he was consultant physician to the Allied Land Forces in South East Asia. From 1949 for the next 21 years, he was Professor of Medicine at University College Hospital, resigning in 1960. He retained his links with UCH, however, acting as a part-time physician. His own particular medical interests were renal disease and hypertension, and he was among the first in his profession to convince his fellows that hypertension could be treated.
He was made a life peer on 31 July 1970. In 1966 he was elected President of the Royal College of Physicians. In 1972 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Max Rosenheim died on December 2, 1972.
Gestorben 02 Dez 1972 London, England, Großbritannien Notizen
Informationen von Peter Reichenbach, Zürich;
Pickering, George Sir, Max Leonard Rosenheim Baron Rosenheim of Camden 1908-1972 (Biographical Memories of Fellwos of the Royal Society Volume 20), 1974;
Stammbaum Dr. Ernest L.Bergman 2009
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Vater Ludwig Rosenheim, geb. 1869, Würzburg, Bayern, Deutschland , gest. 1915, London, England, Großbritannien (Alter 46 Jahre) Mutter Martha Reichenbach, geb. 03 Apr 1881, St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Schweiz , gest. 1971, London, England, Großbritannien (Alter 89 Jahre) Verheiratet 1905 London, England, Großbritannien Familien-Kennung F30154 Familienblatt
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