• Reference
      GB 133 MMC/2/WhiteR
  • Physical Description
      1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

White was the son of a general practitioner in Wigan. He studied at Edinburgh University and University College London. In 1885 he became honorary physician at Wigan Infirmary. A dermatologist, he set up a skin department at the Infirmary and was also a certifying factory surgeon for the local area. He was a noted expert on occupational skin diseases. White held many offices including president of the London Dermatological Society and of the Certifying Factory Surgeons' Association; he was also president of Manchester Medical Society. His monograph Occupational Affections of the Skin became the standard work on the subject, and he published numerous articles on his special subject.

Related Material

See also MMC/1/WhiteR .