King Edward Medical

Some articles on king edward medical, medical, edward, king, king edward:

Raheem Khan
... Raheem Khan was the first Muslim Principal of King Edward Medical University (called King Edward Medical College at that time) ... by British as a personal distinction of his services to the medical profession ... doctor of subcontinent who was the Honorary Surgeon Superintendent King Edward Medical School Lahore ...
List Of Colleges And Universities Named After People - Institutions Named For People Associated With The Institution - Benefactors or Their Family Members
... Hall by an endowment from Elizabeth de Clare, a granddaughter of Edward I ... early benefactors Howard Payne University, Texas, US Edward Howard Payne A large gift from Payne (brother-in-law of one of the founders) helped to establish the institution Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, US ... King College, Tennessee, US James King College was originally located on land donated by Reverend King ...
King Edward Medical University - History
... King Edward Medical University was established in 1860 as the Lahore Medical College ... It is the second oldest medical school in South Asia, after Medical College Kolkata (1835) ... On December 21, 1911, Lahore Medical College was renamed King Edward Medical College, and it was elevated to the status of an independent, degree-granting ...
King Edward Medical University - Notable Alumni
... alumni appear on the official website The King Edward Medical College Alumni Association of North America The King Edward Medical College Alumni Association of the United Kingdom The King Edward ...

Famous quotes containing the words medical, king and/or edward:

    As we speak of poetical beauty, so ought we to speak of mathematical beauty and medical beauty. But we do not do so; and that reason is that we know well what is the object of mathematics, and that it consists in proofs, and what is the object of medicine, and that it consists in healing. But we do not know in what grace consists, which is the object of poetry.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    Dear Brand: You love laughing; there is a king dead; can you help coming to town?
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)

    Histories of the world omitted China; if a Chinaman invented compass or movable type or gunpowder we promptly “forgot it” and named their European inventors. In short, we regarded China as a sort of different and quite inconsequential planet.
    —W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt)