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Dr Peter Dangerfield, Senior Lecturer in the Institute of Translational Medicine, has been appointed President of the Liverpool Medical Institution (LMI).
The LMI has a long association with the University and is one of the oldest medical societies in the world, dating back to 1779. A multi-disciplinary and multi-speciality postgraduate level organisation, the institution exists to foster an environment for furthering medical education and knowledge.
yet another cap in your feather – what did you do in your murky past that lead you to be overlooked for so long for your very own chair of pediatricks or whatever?
I hope you are fitnwell, us old retired folk, ( I live partly on your very generous tax contributions these days, thank you very much), really enjoy retirement and can’t work out how I ever had time for paid employment.
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