Where did Jim Dornan live?
He lived in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and was married to his second wife Samina who is also a gynaecologist and obstetrician and a strong supporter of legalising abortion in Northern Ireland.
Who is Jim Dornan wife?
What age is Professor Jim Dornan?
73 years (1948–2021)
Jim Dornan/Age at death
One of Northern Ireland’s leading obstetricians, Professor Jim Dornan, has died, aged 73.
When did Jim Dornan marry Samina?
The couple met in 1999 and married three years later. Professor Dornan’s first wife, Lorna, passed away in 1998 from pancreatic cancer. “He mentored me through medicine, and I mentored him through an international life,” she told the Belfast Telegraph.
How old was Jim Dornan when he died?
Who are Jamie Dornan’s parents?
What kind of obstetrician was Jim Dornan?
Jim Dornan was a renowned obstetrician and gynaecologist, working in the Belfast trust from 1986 to 2012. Dornan later became a professor of Foetal Medicine at Queen’s University Belfast from 1995 to 2012.
How many children does Jim Dornan have now?
Personal life. Jim has three children, Liesa, Jessica and Jamie from his marriage to his first wife, Lorna, who died following a battle with cancer. Jim now lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and is married to his second wife Samina who is also a gynaecologist and obstetrician and a strong supporter of legalising abortion in Northern Ireland.
How did Jamie Dornan’s father Jim die?
Fifty Shades Of Grey actor Jamie Dornan’s world renowned obstetrician father Jim has died aged 73 after contracting coronavirus. Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI confirmed the news on Twitter on Monday, writing: ‘Very sad news this morning on the passing of Professor Jim Dornan, a passionate patron, advocate and friend to all at @LAL_NI.
When did Jim Dornan go to Queens University?
In 1976, he was seconded to Queens University in Kingston, Canada as a perinatal resident. On returning to Northern Ireland, he rotated around the province to complete his training and obtain an Honours MD from Queens in 1981 for his research into Fetal Breathing.