First name(s)
George John
Surname
Jenkins
Position(s) held at King's College London
  • Demonstrator of Anatomy (1900-)
  • Lecturer in Applied Anatomy (1905-)
  • Clinical Assistant, Otological Dept. (1909-)
  • Assistant Aural Surgeon, King’s College Hospital (1910-)
  • Aural Surgeon, Otological Dept. Director and Lecturer on Otology (1928-1932)
  • Emeritus Lecturer on Otology Ref: *1

Education & professional details

Qualifications
  • MRCS 13 November (1902)

  • FRCS 11 December (1902)

  • MB CM Edinburgh (1895)

  • LRCP (1902) Ref: *1

     

Position(s) held (non King's College London)
  • ENT Surgeon, German Hospital, Dalston (1903-)
  • Surgeon, Florence Nightingale Home
  • Gazetted Captain, RAMC (T) (1915-) Ref: *1
Professional activities
  • OBE (1919)
  • Secretary, Oto-laryngological section, International Medical Congress (London, 1913)
  • President, Otological section, Royal Society of Medicine (1925) Ref: *1
Publications
  • Serial microscopic sections of the labyrinth and middle ear, showing ankylosis of the stapes; otosclerosis. Proc Roy Soc Med 1913-14, 7, Otol, p 40.
  • Tinnitus associated with facial spasm. Ibid 1922-23, 16, Otol, p 8.
  • Otosclerosis and osteitis deformans; a pathological and clinical comparison. Ibid 1922-23, 16, Otol, p. 21.
  • Otitic meningitis. J Laryng 1923, 38, 304, and Int otol Congr 10, Paris 1922, 2, 205.

Personal details

Date of birth
2 February 1874
Place of birth
Melbourne, Australia
Date of death
London
Place of death
15 February 1939
Family details

 Eldest child of George Jenkins, civil engineer, and his wife, née Whitworth. Married to A. M. Prickett in 1918. Ref: *1

* References

  1. "Jenkins, George John (1874 - 1939)", Plarr's Lives of the Fellows Online. http://livesonline.rcseng.ac.uk/biogs/E004254b.htm. [Accessed 4 September 2017]
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