Raymond Heirons, M.D.
|Neurology||National Hospital for Nervous Diseases|
From RCP note: "Raymond Hierons was one of the leading clinical neurologists of his generation. He published more than 50 papers, mostly about clinical neurology. These included The epileptic driver 1956 which was influential in highlighting the dangers of epileptics driving at a time when epilepsy was thought to be linked only rarely to road traffic accidents. He also wrote a series of articles on the seventeenth century neurologist, Thomas Willis, and on the French neurologist of the nineteenth century, Jean-Martin Charcot."
Obituary: Brit.med.J.,2001,322,1607;The Times 3 Apl 2001]. Royal College of Physicians note: http://munksroll.rcplondon.ac.uk/Biography/Details/5185