Dr James Allan Gray was born in Bristol in 1935 to a medical family; both his father and grandfather were fellows of the College. Gray studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh and later became a Research Fellow at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He held posts at both Bristol Royal Infirmary and the Royal Free Hospital in London before taking up the post of consultant in communicable diseases at Edinburgh City Hospital from 1969 to 1995. Gray was Assistant Director of Studies at Edinburgh Postgraduate Board from 1976 to 1984.


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  • Date of interview: 2003
  • Archive reference: OBJ/ORA/1/21
  • Interviewer: Morrice McCrae


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