Frederic John Mouat (1816–97), MD FRCS LLD of the Indian Medical Service

  title={Frederic John Mouat (1816–97), MD FRCS LLD of the Indian Medical Service},
  author={Ross Lawrenson},
  journal={Journal of Medical Biography},
  pages={201 - 205}
  • R. Lawrenson
  • Published 1 November 2007
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Medical Biography
Frederic John Mouat trained at University College London, qualifying Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1838. He was a distinguished surgeon in the Indian Civil Medical Service who became Professor of Medicine in the Bengal Medical College. After 30 years in India, where he was a leading figure in the field of education and prison reform, he retired to the UK in 1870. Then he started a new career as an Inspector for the Local Government Board. He was also an active member of the Royal… 
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