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Portrait details: Painted by Esprit Barthet, 1971

Alfred John Craig

Professor of Surgery

Born: Vittoriosa, 29/05/1909; died: 05/10/1970. Education: University of Malta; subsequently specialised in surgery in England. Qualifications: B.Sc. [Malta, 1927]; M.D. [Malta, 1931]; F.R.C.S. [U.K., 1939]. Career: Government Health Service - Senior Surgeon [1951-1969]. During World War II did civilian and war surgery in various British Hospitals. Also served as Civilian Surgeon at British military [1950-1962] and naval hospitals [1962-1969] in Malta. University of Malta - Lecturer in Orthopaedic Surgery [1945-51]; Professor of Surgery [1951-1969]; nominated Professor Emeritus [1969]. Achievements: Corresponding Fellow of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain; Membre Titulaire of the Societe International de Chirurgie; and Member of the British Orthopaedic Association. Awarded O.B.E. during World War II. Elected Knight of Magistral Grace of the SMOM and officer of the Venerable OSJJ.

References: Craig, Professor Alfred John. Malta Who’s Who 1965. A Biographical dictionary. Progress Press, Malta, 1965, p.86; C. Savona-Ventura: Craig, Alfred John. Maltese biographies of the twentieth century [eds. M.J. Schiavone; L.J. Scerri]. PIN, Malta, 1997, p.187.


 
   
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