Prestigious award for Clonmel-born Dr. John Rossiter

Dr. John Rossiter
Dr. John Rossiter from Clonmel received a prestigious award from PAIRO (Professional Association of Internes and Residents of Ontario) for the excellence of his contribution to post graduate education on medicine, at a recent reception in Ontario, Canada.

Dr. John Rossiter from Clonmel received a prestigious award from PAIRO (Professional Association of Internes and Residents of Ontario) for the excellence of his contribution to post graduate education on medicine, at a recent reception in Ontario, Canada.

He is a Consultant Neuropathologist and Director of Autopsy Services in the Department of Molecular Medicine at Kingston General Hospital. Dr. Rossiter is also an Associate Professor in the School of Medicine, Queen’s University. His academic interests include developmental neuropathology and traumatic brain injury. The award was accompanied by a generous donation to Dr. Rossiter’s charity of choice.

He is son of John and Margaret Rossiter of Powerstown Road, Clonmel and received his early education in Ss Peter and Paul’s CBS and the High School, Clonmel.