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David Graham


An eminent neuropathologist who, with Hume Adams and David Doyle, established conculsively that Ischaemic brain damage (IBD) is an important cause of mortality and morbidity after head injury.

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The following achievement is associated with David Graham:

Establishing Ischaemic Brain Damage as an important likely cause of mortality and morbidity after head injury
This study demonstrated that IBD was common in fatal head injury and suggested that a proportion of it was avoidable.


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David Graham was appointed as Professor of Neuropathology in 1983. He is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the School of Medicine. His medical degree was obtained from the University of Wales in 1963.

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