Sir Roger Bannister

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Master: 1985-1993

While training as a junior doctor in Oxford, Sir Roger became the first man to run a sub-four minute mile. As well as his athletic success, he went on to become a distinguished neurologist, making a significant contribution to the study of autonomic failure.

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Other works:

Brain and Bannister's clinical neurology (1922)

Autonomic failure: a textbook of clinical disorders of the autonomic nervous system (1983)


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