Hugh Talbot Patrick
Biography of Hugh Talbot Patrick
Hugh Talbot Patrick graduated from medical school at the Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York University, in 1884. He then interned in New York and in 1886 went to practice in Chicago in 1886. From 1891 to 1894 he worked in medical centres in Germany, France and England
When he returned to the United States in 1891 he was elected to the faculty of Northwestern University Medical School as instructor of neurology and psychiatry at the Chicago Polyclinic. In 1902 he was appointed professor of nervous and mental diseases.
When America entered World War I in 1917, Patrick, then 57 years of age, served as a consulting neurologist in the U.S. Patrick retired in 1919.
- Besides contributions to journals he published:
- Nervous and mental diseases.
With P. Bassoe. Pract med ser., volume 10, Chicago, 1911.