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The Goulstonian Lectures are an annual lecture series given on behalf of the Royal College of Physicians in London. They began in 1639. The lectures are named for Theodore Goulston (or Gulston, died 1632), who founded them with a bequest. By his will, dated 26 April 1632, he left £200 to the College of Physicians of London to found a lectureship, to be held in each year by one of the four youngest doctors of the college. These lectures were annually delivered from 1639, and have continued for more than three centuries.[1] Up to the end of the 19th century, the spelling 'Gulstonian' was often used. In many cases the lectures have been published.

Gulston's widow bequeathed[clarification needed] the annual donation to the College of Physicians for them to arrange for one of the four youngest doctors to "read the lecture on some dead body (if it could be procured), to be dissected as the President and Elects should think necessary for the diseases to be treated of ; the lecture to be read yearly, between Christmas and Easter, on three days together ; and the reader to treat of three or more diseases, as the seniors of the College should direct ; ten pounds to be paid to the doctor who should read, and two pounds to the dissector and for burying the body".

Lecturers (incomplete list)[edit]

17th century[edit]

1701–1800[edit]

and Pulmonary Consumption[11]

1801–1900[edit]

1901–2000[edit]

  • 1901 Henry Head, Certain Mental States Associated with Visceral Disease in the Sane[115][116]
  • 1902 George Frederic Still, Some abnormal psychical conditions in children [117]
  • 1903 Albert Sidney Grunbaum, Theories of Immunity and their Practical Application [118][119]
  • 1904 Sir Robert Hutchison, Some Disorders of the Blood and Blood-forming-Organs in Early Life [120]
  • 1905 William Cecil Bosanquet, On Some Considerations on the Nature of Diabetes Mellitus [121]
  • 1906 Harold Batty Shaw, Auto-intoxication:Its Relation to Certain Cardio-vascular Disorders [122]
  • 1907 Farquhar Buzzard, Certain acute infective or toxic conditions of the Nervous System[123]
  • 1908 Herbert S. French, The Influence of Pregnancy on certain Medical Diseases and the Influence of certain Medical Diseases on Pregnancy.[124]
  • 1909 Alfred E. Russell, Some Disorders of the Cerebral Circulation and Their Clinical Manifestations [125]
  • 1910 Joseph Shaw Bolton, Localization of Cerebral Function[126]
  • 1911 Arthur Frederick Hurst or Hertz, The Sensibility of the Alimentary Canal[91]
  • 1912 Horatio George Adamson, Modern Views upon the Significance of Skin Eruptions[91]
  • 1913 Arthur John Jex-Blake, Death by electrical currents and lightning[127]
  • 1914
  • 1915 Gordon Morgan Holmes, On Spinal Injuries of Warfare[127]
  • 1916
  • 1917 Charles Hewitt Miller , Paratyphoid Infections [128]
  • 1918 E. P. Poulton, Modern Views on Diabetes and on the Significance of Acidosis in disease [129]
  • 1919 William Whiteman Carlton Topley,On the Spread of Bacterial Infection.[130]
  • 1920 James L. Birley, On the Principles of Medical Science as Applied to Military Aviation [131]
  • 1921 George Graham , On Glycaemia and Glycosuria [132]
  • 1922 Anthony Feiling, The Interpretation of Symptoms in Disease of the Central Nervous System[133]
  • 1923 A. Geoffrey Evans, On the Nature of Arterio-Sclerosis [134]
  • 1924 Leonard G Parsons,On some Wasting Disorders of Early Infancy [135]
  • 1925 John Alfred Ryle, Gastric Function in Health and Disease [136]
  • 1926 Bernard Hart, The Development of Psychopathology and its Place in Medicine[137]
  • 1927 Francis Fraser, Dyspnoea of Cardiac Origin [138]
  • 1928 T. Izod Bennett, Some problems of nephritis [139]
  • 1929 Ernest Basil Verney, Polyuria[140]
  • 1930 Donald Hunter, The Significance to Clinical Medicine of Studies in Calcium and Phosphorus Metabolism [141]
  • 1931 MacDonald Critchley, The neurology of old age [142]
  • 1932 Leslie John Witts, Pathology and Treatment of Anaemia [143]
  • 1933 Charles Edward Newman, Physiology of the Gall-bladder and its Functional Abnormalities [144]
  • 1934 Edward Charles Dodds ,The Hormones and their Chemical Relations [145]
  • 1935 Alan Aird Moncrieff, Respiratory Failure Including So-called Asphyxia Neonatorum [146]
  • 1936 Robert Alexander McCance, Medical problems in mineral metabolism [147]
  • 1937 Derek Ernest Denny-Brown[148]
  • 1938 Charles Cady Ungley, Some Deficiencies of Nutrition and their Relation to Disease [149]
  • 1939 Harold Himsworth, Mechanism of diabetes mellitus [150]
  • 1940 W. D. W. Brooks, The Pathology and Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis[151]
  • 1941 Paul Hamilton Wood , Da Costa's Syndrome [152]
  • 1942 Max Leonard Rosenheim, Baron Rosenheim of Camden, The Treatment of Urinary Infections (not given)
  • 1943 Ronald V. Christie, Emphysema of the lungs[153]
  • 1944
  • 1945 Charles Herbert Stuart-Harris,Influenza Epidemics and the Influenza Viruses[154]
  • 1946 W. Robert M. Drew
  • 1947 Francis Avery Jones, Haematemesis and Melaena [155][156]
  • 1949 C. J. Gavey, The Cardiology of Old Age [157]
  • 1950
  • 1951 Hector John Anderson [158]
  • 1952
  • 1953 Douglas Andrew Kilgour Black, Body Fluid Depletion [159]
  • 1954 Alan Woodruff, The Natural History of Anaemia Associated with Protein Malnutrition[160][161]
  • 1955 G. M. Bull, The Uraemias [162]
  • 1956 John R. Ellis, Changes in Medical Education [163]
  • 1957 Raymond Daley, The Autonomic Nervous System in its Relation to Some Forms of Heart and Lung Disease[164]
  • 1958 Aubrey Leatham, Auscultation of the Heart [165][166]
  • 1959 Stanley Peart, Hypertension and the Kidney[167]
  • 1960 John Badenoch, Steatorrhoea in the Adult[168]
  • 1961 Desmond Pond, Psychiatric Aspects of Epileptic Brain-damaged Children[169]
  • 1962 Roger W. Gilliatt, Electrodiagnosis and Electromyography in Clinical Practice
  • 1963 Thomas Arthur John Prankerd, The Spleen and Anaemia[170]
  • 1964 Lord Walton, Muscular Dystrophy: Some Recent Advances in Knowledge [171]
  • 1965 Edward James Moran Campbell, Respiratory Failure [172][173]
  • 1966 W. I. Cranston, Temperature Regulation [174]
  • 1967
  • 1968 David Nicol Sharp Kerr [175]
  • 1969
  • 1970 Roger Williams, Transplantation of Liver in Man [176][177]
  • 1971 Ian A.D.Bouchier, Gallstone Formation[178]
  • 1972 J.Stewart Cameron, Brights Disease Today [179][180]
  • 1973 Michael Rutter, Development of Infantile Autism [181]
  • 1974 Gordon Michael Besser, The Hypothalamus as an Endocrine Organ[182][183]
  • 1975 Alasdair Breckenridge, Oral Anticoagulants [184]
  • 1976
  • 1977 Anne Ferguson, Lymphocytes and Cell Mediated Immunity in the Small Intestine [185]
  • 1978
  • 1979 Stephen R. Bloom, Gut and brain-endocrine connections[186][187]
  • 1980 Lesley H. Rees, Brain opiates and corticotrophin-related peptides[188]
  • 1981
  • 1982 Mark Pepys, C-reactive Protein, Amyloidosis and the Acute Phase Response
  • 1983
  • 1984 Andrew Jackson Rees, Influences on the severity of Nephritis [189]
  • 1985 Christopher Bunch, Is Gene Switching a Feasible Approach to the Treatment of Genetic Disease [189]
  • 1986
  • 1987
  • 1988 David Linch [190]
  • 1990 Anthony Michael Heagerty[191]
  • 1991 Paul Anthony Weetman, Autoimmune Thyroid Disease [192]
  • 1992
  • 1993
  • 1994 Jayne Franklyn [193]
  • 1995 Philip N. Hawkins, The diagnosis, natural history and treatment of amyloidosis[194]
  • 1996 P. Vallance, Exploring vascular nitric oxide in health and disease
  • 1997
  • 1998 Hugh Christian Watkins [195]
  • 1999 Christopher P. Day [196]
  • 2000 John McGrath[citation needed]
  • [Year to be researched] Sheila Sherlock

2001 – present[edit]

  • 2001 Patrick H. Maxwell[197]
  • 2002 D. E. J. Jones, Addison’s other disease: primary biliary cirrhosis as a model autoimmune disease [198]
  • 2003 Michael G. F. Hanna, Neurological Channelopathies: a new field [198]
  • 2005 Andrew Catto, Genes, haemostasis and vascular disease – insights into disease mechanisms[198]
  • 2006 N. Gittoes, Pituitary tumours – deciphering pathogenesis and optimising treatment[198]
  • 2007 Rebecca Fitzgerald, Is Prevention better than Cure for Oesophageal Cancer? [198]
  • 2008 Matthew David Rutter
  • 2009 Geraint Rees, Decoding Consciousness
  • 2010 Waljit Dhillo, on Kisspeptin
  • 2014 Charles Swanton, Cancer Evolution through Space and Time: Causes and Consequences of Cancer Diversity

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