ISBN 978-0-9954067-2-8

Flinders Ophthalmology: The Formative Years

Professor Douglas Coster was appointed as the inaugural Professor of Ophthalmology at Flinders Medical Centre in 1979. This book honours those who contributed to the establishment of Flinders Ophthalmology.

About the Author

Prof Doug Coster is a clinician-scientist with nearly forty years experience in eye research and ophthalmology. For the past 30 years he has held the positions of Professor and Chairman of Ophthalmology at Flinders University and is the current leader for the Flinders Centre for Ophthalmology, Eye and Vision Research.

Throughout his career Prof Coster has had a long involvement in laboratory and clinical research in a range of fields with an emphasis on taking clinical problems to the bench and laboratory developments to the clinic. He has been involved in large scale clinical research such as the Australian Corneal Graft Registry which is the largest collection of data on corneal transplantation in the world.

In 1991 he was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for services to medicine.

WALTERS, David & NEVILLE, Michelle

Celebrating Edwardstown - Toyoda Goesai Australia

Celebrating Edwardstown - Toyoda Goesai Australia

Celebrating Edwardstown - Toyoda Goesai Australia

Celebrating Edwardstown - Toyoda Goesai Australia

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ISBN 978-0-9876204-5-3

Celebrating 78 Years of Manufacturing

This book is dedicated in appreciation to everyone who has ever worked at Toyoda Gosei Australia, Bridgestone Australia, Uniroyal and SA Rubber Mills. It contains images and information on these organisations between 1939 and 2017.

In 1939 Mark R. Lodge and Harold D.Hill purchased a small rubber manufacturing business from Kenny Charlesworth Rubber Pty Ltd located in a small building on the corner of Furness Avenue and South Road at Edwardstown in South Australia. Edwardstown was a lightly developed suburb 8kms from the city centre on route to the rich agricultural regions south of the city.

This purchase was the beginning of an empire that would span over 80 years.