James Jamieson (doctor)
Jamieson moved to Melbourne in 1877 and was honorary physician in the outpatient department of the Melbourne Hospital in 1879-84; he then moved to the Alfred Hospital until his retirement in 1908. He also lectured at the University of Melbourne.
Jamieson published Typhoid Fever in Melbourne in 1887 and Contributions to the Vital Statistics of Australia in 1882. He also contributed to the Medical Journal of Australia (editor 1883-87), Melbourne Review, Victorian Review, Daily Telegraph, The Argus, The Age and Australasian.
The upper esophageal sphincter herniation disorder called Killian-Jamieson Diverticulum is named after him.