1896 - 1973
A founder member and, later, President of BAUS
Ronald Henry Ottywell Betham Robinson was born on 16 May 1896, the son of Henry Betham Robinson, MD, MS, FRCS. He was educated at Malvern College, King's College Cambridge and St Thomas's Hospital London.
He served as a Surgeon Lieutenant in the Royal Navy and later Temporary Surgeon Lieutenant Commander in the RNVR during World War One.
After the war he became house surgeon, surgical registrar and resident assistant surgeon at St Thomas's Hospital, London. In 1954 he became senior surgeon.
He was a founder member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and later became its President. He was also President of the Section of Urology at the Royal Society of Medicine.
Ronald Robinson died on 6 February 1973 at the age of 76.
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