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THE PHARMA REVIEW (JAN FEB 2019)

Trinity of Proponents of Indian Indigenous Drugs: William Dymock (1832-1892), Charles Warden (1851-1900) and David Hooper (1858-1947)

Harkishan Singh

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Abstract: A trio of professionals played important roles in promoting the Indian material medica in the late nineteenth century. William Dymock (1832-1892), a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, became Principal Medical Storekeeper of Bombay, and professor of materia medica at Grant Medical College. Charles Warden (1851-1900) held the position of professor of chemistry at Calcutta Medical College and was appointed Chemical and Opium Examiner to the Bengal Government. David Hooper (1858-1947) qualified as a pharmaceutical chemist, and worked as Quinologist to the Government of Madras. Later he was appointed curator of the Economic and Art Section of the Indian Museum, Calcutta. Together Dymock, Warden and Hooper authored the series Pharmacographia Indica.

 

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