Medicine

The Section of Medicine was one of the original sections of the academy, established in 1882. The Section of Medicine replaced the Medical Society of the College of Physicians. The Section of Medicine is governed by a council and President. The section holds a series of monthly meetings from October to May were members present medical cases.

Here is the opening address from the first meeting of the Medical Section held on Friday, 15th December 1882:

President – William Moore, M.D., President K.Q.C.P

Sectional Secretary -A. N. Montgomery, M.K.Q.C.P.

The President delivered an Inaugural Address. Having alluded to the absorption of the Medical Society of the King and Queen’s College of Physicians into the Academy of Medicine in Ireland as its Medical Section, he reviewed at considerable length the advances made in the diagnosis of disease, particularly within the last twenty-five years. He referred first to affections of the chest, differential diagnosis of which was now well-nigh perfect.

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Recipients of Medals in RAMI Section of Medicine   

2004     T. Neilan

2003     M. Regan

2002     J. Neary

2001     K. M Sheehan

1998     M. W Bennett

1997     R. Farrell

1996     V. Tormey

1995     U. Srinivasan

1994     Diarmuid Mulherin

1993     T. M Fiad

1991     J. Stinson

1990     A. Staunton

1989     Derval Igoe

1988     Joe Duggan

1987     M.P. O’Connor

1986     Martin Lombard

1985     C. O’Mahony

1984     P. Branagan

1983     T. Loughlin

1982     B. Lawlor

1981     J. G. O’Grady

1980     J. P. Long

 

 

 

RAMI Research Awards, Wednesday 9th Nov 2016

09/11/2016 7:00pm in Royal College of Surgeons, 123, St. Stephen