*  Naval Medical Research Unit Two
Chiarella, Donald (2005). History of Naval Medicine. Lulu.com. p. 89. ISBN 9781411659339. US Embassy Cambodia: The U.S. Naval ... In 1946, NAMRU-2 was redesignated the U.S. Naval Institute of Tropical Medicine (NITM) reflecting its focus on tropical ... Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2, Phnom Penh Website. accessed June 29, 2013 Naval Medical Research Unit 2 (NAMRU-2) Pacific ... Naval Medical Research Unit Two (NAMRU-2) is a biomedical research laboratory of the US Navy established with the purpose to ...
*  Naval Medical Research Unit Three
Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. 2010. pp. 6-9. Retrieved 26 July 2014. Chiarella, Donald (2005). History of Naval Medicine ... Naval Medical Research Unit Three (NAMRU-3) is a biomedical research laboratory of the US Navy located in Cairo, Arab Republic ... In 1998, NAMRU-3 became part of the newly reorganized Naval Medical Research Center. NAMRU-3 began conducting joint malaria ... Naval Medical Research Unit-3 official website NAMRU-3 Facebook site. ...
*  Naval Medical Research Unit Six
Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. 2010. pp. 6-9. Retrieved 26 July 2014. Chiarella, Donald (2005). History of Naval Medicine ... On Jan 6th 1984, The US Chief of Naval Operations established the laboratory as a detachment of Naval Medical Research ... Naval Medical Research Unit Six (NAMRU-6) is a biomedical research laboratory of the US Navy located in Lima, Peru. It is the ... In 1998, NAMRU-6 became part of the newly reorganized Naval Medical Research Center. The Base Re-alignment and Closure (BRAC) ...
*  Niger expedition of 1841
Subscription or UK public library membership required.) Victorian naval medicine by Penny Bailey. Milne, Lynn. "McWilliam, ... With such high mortality, the naval commanders called the expedition off, and withdrew to the island of Fernando Po. Other ... "A Brief History of Slavery , Online Information Bank , Research Collections , Royal Naval Museum at Portsmouth Historic ... an island in the region already home to British naval bases. Officially known as the African Colonization Expedition, it was ...
*  Edward D. Thalmann
... selected for the NATO Undersea Medicine Personnel Exchange Program and assigned to the Royal Navy Institute of Naval Medicine, ... Institute of Naval Medicine Report. Alverstoke, England. 25-87. Weinberg, R. P.; E. D. Thalmann. (1990). "Effects of Hand and ... Thalmann returned to Bethesda to serve as the commander of the Naval Medical Research Institute's diving medicine and ... Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory and Naval Medical Research Institute. NSMRL 1182 and NMRI 92-85. Retrieved 2008-03- ...
*  William Cockburn (physician)
British Military and Naval Medicine, 1600-1830. Rodopi. p. 27. ISBN 90-420-2272-8. Furdell, Elizabeth Lane. "Harris, Walter". ... His name occurs in the register of the University of Leyden as a student of medicine on 29 May 1691, and there heard the ... One of these, The Present Uncertainty in the Knowledge of Medicines, 1703, was a letter to the physicians in the commission for ... Subscription or UK public library membership required.) Pamphlet on a Medicine against Looseness, by La Touche, 1757 Geoffrey L ...
*  Naval Hospital Corps School
The school relocated-along with the newly commissioned Naval Medicine Training Center command-to the Medical Education and ... Hospital Corpsman Pledge Hospital Corpsman Prayer Public Affairs Office, Navy Medicine Support Command (April 28, 2008). "Naval ... The mission of Naval Hospital Corps School is to develop, teach, and put forward Hospital Corpsmen into the fleet: aboard ships ... Naval Hospital Corps School was the United States Navy's only basic hospital corpsman school. It was located within Lake County ...
*  Reynell Coates
Physicians Phila., 1968, Jan.; 35(3):112-8. Langley, H.D., "Naval medicine in Philadelphia, 1815-1840". Trans. Stud. Coll. ... At an early age, he became proficient in mathematics and languages, and studied medicine and surgery at Pennsylvania Hospital, ...
*  Hospital corpsman
United States Navy portal Public Affairs Office, Navy Medicine Support Command (28 April 2008). "Naval Medicine Training ... Hospital corpsmen were previously trained at Naval Hospital Corps School, Great Lakes, Illinois, and the U.S. Naval Hospital ... Naval Hospital Corps School was also located at NRMC Balboa in San Diego, California. During the Vietnam War, many of the then ... Twenty naval ships have been named after hospital corpsmen. Prior to selection to the command master chief program, the 11th ...
*  Edward Cutbush
Smith Image Collection Naval Medicine in 1812. Mayer, Nancy The United States' naval chronicle, 1824 Naval Register of 1826 ... Cutbush has been called the father of American naval medicine. He resigned from the Navy in 1829, after 30 years of service. ... Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland (2004). Retrieved 2010-06-10. Dudley, William S. The Naval War of 1812, a ... The Naval Monument: Containing Official and Other Accounts of All the Battles Fought Between the Navies of the United States ...
*  HMS Alcmene (1794)
Brockliss, L. W. B.; Cardwell, John; Moss, Michael; Moss, Michael S. (2005). Nelson's Surgeon: William Beatty, Naval Medicine, ... Alcmene had been refitting at Spithead when the naval mutiny broke out there. Her crew did not join the mutineers, though there ... In 1847 The Admiralty authorized the issuance of the Naval General Service Medal with the clasp "Copenhagen 1801" to any ...
*  Gilbert Blane
Rolleston, H D (1916). "Sir Gilbert Blane MD FRS - An Administrator of Naval Medicine and Hygiene". Journal Royal Naval Medical ... Journal Royal Naval Medical Service 2003 89(3);121-122 Coulter, JL (1960). "The Gilbert Blane medal". Journal of the Royal ... He studied medicine at Edinburgh University and Glasgow University (MD 1778) before moving to London. The challenge of ... In 1830 Sir Gilbert Blane established, with the sanction of the Board of the Admiralty, a fund for the encouragement of Naval ...
*  HMS Flying Fish (1793)
2005) "Nelson's Surgeon: William Beatty, Naval Medicine, and the Battle of Trafalgar." (Oxford University Press). Clark, R. S. ... Beatty was the naval surgeon who would go on to famously treat Admiral Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. L'Esperanza ... at the naval hospital in Jamaica. Under the command of Lieutenant James Prevost, the Flying Fish spent the end of 1793 and the ...
*  Robert Beatty (Archdeacon of Ardagh)
Naval Medicine, and the Battle of Trafalgar (PDF). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-928742-2. Retrieved 14 ...
*  William Beatty (surgeon)
Bibliography Brockliss, Laurence; Cardwell, John & Moss, Michael (2005). Nelson's Surgeon: William Beatty, Naval Medicine, and ... He may have been apprenticed to his uncle George Smyth, a half-pay naval surgeon in nearby Buncrana, before studying at either ... His duties were shore-based and mostly administrative, though in 1807 he and number of other naval surgeons were active in ... PLOS Medicine. 2 (6). Retrieved 17 May 2010. Beatty, William (1807). Authentic Narrative of the Death of Lord Nelson. London, ...
*  Naval Station Great Lakes
Public Affairs Office, Navy Medicine Support Command (April 28, 2008). "Naval Medicine Training Command (NMTC) Fort Sam Houston ... "History of Naval Health Clinic, Great Lakes". Naval Health Clinic Great Lakes. Archived from the original on 6 September 2009. ... "About Naval Station Great Lakes - History". Naval Station Great Lakes. Retrieved 8 February 2015. Slaton, Deborah J. (18 July ... 55 years later, he was buried at the Naval Station Cemetery 5 July 1966. John Philip Sousa led the Great Lakes Naval Station ...
*  Thomas Harris (surgeon)
... and he organized the first postgraduate medical school to give instruction in naval medicine.[citation needed] He was one of ... He entered the U.S. naval service during the War of 1812, and remained there for the rest of his life. He was appointed a ... Thomas Harris (January 3, 1784 - March 4, 1861) was a U.S. naval officer. He served as the second Chief of the Bureau of ... While serving in this city he oversaw the construction of the Naval Hospital in Philadelphia; he served as the president of the ...
*  Thomas Denman (physician)
After a career in naval medicine he made a considerable amount of money in midwifery. The phenomenon of Denman's spontaneous ... He came to London in 1753, and began to study medicine at St George's Hospital. He entered the medical service of the Royal ... Denman style forceps Colin McCall, Naval Warfare to Natal Care. ...
*  Harold D. Langley
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995). Langley's examination of the early practice of naval medicine contains some ... As a naval historian, he was a pioneer in exploring American naval social and medical history. The son of Walter Benedict ... Knox Naval History Lifetime Achievement Award, Naval Historical Foundation (Editor with others) Documents on Germany, 1944-59 ... is an American diplomatic and naval historian who served as associate curator of naval history at the Smithsonian Institution ...
*  Charles Wesley Shilling
Shilling was widely recognized as an expert on deep sea diving, naval medicine, radiation biology, and submarine capabilities. ... Shilling's naval career ended with a post at the United States Naval Academy where he served as the Senior Medical Officer, ... and marine medicine. There is a small journal and newsletter collection dealing with diving safety and diving medicine. The ... In 1947, Shilling left NSMRL for a position in the Office of Naval Research (ONR). Four years of this post were spent directing ...
*  Kenneth Stewart Cole
From 1949 to 1954 he was the technical director of the Naval Medicine Research Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. In 1954 he ...
*  William P. C. Barton
Naval Institute, 2001. ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) McCallum, Jack Edward. Military medicine: from ancient times to the ... William Paul Crillon Barton (1786-1856), Surgeon, United States Navy-A Pioneer in American Naval Medicine. The Military Surgeon ... Barton began studying medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 1805 under his uncle, Benjamin Smith ... He was involved in the development of the Philadelphia Naval Hospital when it was located in the Naval Asylum. Today, this ...
*  Premature junctional contraction
Golden FS Institute of Naval Medicine, Gosport, Hants, UK. Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine : Journal of the Undersea and ...
*  John MacFarlane Cliff
He was elected as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1966 and appointed as Professor of Naval Medicine at Royal ... Professor John MacFarlane Cliff FRCP (1921-1972) was a senior British physician, and Professor of Naval Medicine at Royal ...
*  John Forbes (physician)
Apart from a short period of retraining in naval medicine and surgery at Haslar Hospital in 1811, he spent his time at sea. He ... After his career as a naval surgeon [1806-1816], Forbes then enrolled in the medical school at Edinburgh in 1816, aged 29 years ... John Conolly started a new publication: the British and Foreign Medical Review, or, A Quarterly Journal of Practical Medicine, ... Forbes J., Conolly J., Tweedie A. (1832-35). Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine. London: Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper. Laënnec ...
*  Hurricane Inez
The hurricane knocked down trees and power lines, and many roofs were damaged on the naval base. In the city of Guantánamo, the ... The country deployed 5,000 troops to send food, medicine, and clothing to the storm-damaged areas in the interior, as well as ... At Guantánamo Bay, officials ordered residents at the naval base to evacuate to storm shelters. Large ships at the port there ... and medicine to flood-affected areas in Tamaulipas. In the weeks after the storm, many residents had minimal food access, and ...