Sir Charles Norman Paul
PAUL, Sir CHARLES NORMAN (1883-1959), dermatologist and hospital president, was born on 26 March 1883 at Camperdown, Sydney, fifth of six sons of John Paul, Danish-born ship-chandler, and his wife Helen, née Carmichael, of Sydney. Norman was educated at Sydney Grammar School and spent some years in his father's business before entering the University of Sydney (M.B., Ch.M., 1910). After a few months at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, he spent most of 1911-12 studying in Vienna and London.
Returning to Sydney, he entered consultant practice. He married Louie Millicent Morell on 7 March 1914 at Cowra. In September he was appointed assistant dermatologist at Sydney Hospital, working with Dr Langloh Johnston who was a pioneer with radium techniques. Paul was promoted in 1928 and retired from the medical staff in December 1945. He was also first dermatologist and head of department at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for ...Read more at the source website