Thom's Irish Who's Who/Rowlette, Robert James

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ROWLETTE, Robert James, M.D. (T.C.D.), F.R.C.P.I.; Lieut.-Col. late R.A.M.C. Educ.: Sligo School; Trinity College, Dublin; First Senior Moderator in Ethics and Logics, 1895; President of the University Philosophical Society, 1896-97; gold medallist in Oratory, University Philosophical Society and College Historical Society; President of the Dublin University Biological Association, 1907-8; President Section of Pathology, 1917-19, and Section of State Medicine, 1919-21, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland; Member of Council Irish Medical Association; President Leinster Branch British Medical Association, 1919-21; Member of Irish Public Health Council: Lecturer in Pathology Queen's College, Galway, 1901-09; Physician to Jervis Street, Hospital, 1910-19; Pathologist to Rotunda Hospital, 1905-20; Physician to Mercer's Hospital, 1919; Professor of Pharmacology R.C.S.I., 1921; served in European War in France, 1917-18 (mentioned in despatches); sometime Examiner in R.C.S.I., Dublin University, National University; President Irish Amateur Athletic Association, 1908-20. Pubns.: various articles on medical subjects; second son of late Matthew Rowlette, of Carn Cash, Sligo; b. 16th Oct., 1873; m. 1910, Gladys Muriel, eldest dau. of late R. Camper Day, and has issue one son. Res.: 55 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, Club: University, Dublin.