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Daniel Fowler Cappell

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Daniel Fowler Cappell CBE FRSE LLD (28 February 1900 – 13 February 1976) was a leading Scottish physician and pathologist. He was a leading academic and also acted as pathologist to several prominent Scottish hospitals.[1]


He was born in Hillhead, Glasgow, on 28 February 1900, the son of Robert Cappell, a pharmacist, and his wife Annabella Fowler. His early education was at Hillhead High School and Glasgow Academy, where he was dux.[2]

He studied medicine and pathology at Glasgow University, graduating in 1921. He continued at the university as an assistant in the Pathology Department and was awarded a MD in 1929. He became a lecturer in 1928 and in 1931 received a professorship at St Andrews University. In 1945 he returned to Glasgow University as professor of pathology and continued there until 1967.[3]

In 1958, he was awarded a Commander of the Order of the British Empire. St Andrews University awarded him an honorary doctorate (LLD) in 1966. He retired to Edzell in Aberdeenshire.[2]

Fowler Cappell died in Stracathro Hospital near Brechin, Aberdeenshire on 13 February 1976.


In 1927 he married Isabella Audrey Griffin. They had no children.


  • The Blood Group Rhesus (1946)

Positions held

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (1946)
  • Member of the British Society of Haematology
  • Member of the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland


  1. ^ "Munks Roll Details for Daniel Fowler Cappell". 13 February 1976. Retrieved 24 August 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Daniel Fowler Cappell". The Journal of Pathology. 122 (3): 175–183. 14 June 2005. doi:10.1002/path.1711220309. PMID 328842.
  3. ^ "Former Fellows of the Royal ?Society of Edinburgh : 1783 - 2002" (PDF). Retrieved 24 August 2015.

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