Pieter Van Boxel

BMJ 2012; 344 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.e912 (Published 9 February 2012)
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After a year in Durban, Pieter Van Boxel moved to Britain, where he worked as a casualty officer in Bath, and a senior house officer in Guy’s Hospital before obtaining a Geoffrey Knight research fellowship at the Maudsley. He returned to Guy’s for his senior registrar years, where, famed for his dashing good looks and love of travel and good food, he met his future wife, Mo.

In 1980 he took up his consultant post in …

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