I may not be a medical doctor but an academic doctor
. I am working towards becoming more than that in the nearest future as one must aspire to become greater in life.
Frank says: "One of them was 101 and is still working as a kind of academic doctor
Insisting, against the general trend in the literature, on the importance of oral arguments in the Supreme Court's deliberative and decision-making processes, Malphurs (an academic Doctor
of Communication and a litigation consultant at Tara Trask & Associates) conducts an analysis of the individual justices' rhetorical discursive interaction in three specific cases (Morse v.
Catherine "Caggie" Dunlop, daughter of a millionaire City businessman and an academic doctor
, first found fame on reality TV show Made In Chelsea.
"No one will take my place after I am gone as my only son is an academic doctor
It's used to distinguish an academic doctor
from a Doctor of Medicine (MD).
Yet more than two decades later, Eisenberg is arguably the nation's premier academic doctor
involved in the growing field of research into complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)--sometimes also called "integrative medicine." In 2001 Eisenberg was named director of Harvard's new multimillion-dollar Osher Institute for Research and Education in Complementary and Integrative Medical Therapies.
Mark Norley, an academic doctor
, stumbled back to his exhome in Axbridge, Somerset, after a night out.
'Look at Awakenings - a socially maladjusted academic doctor
, obsessed with curing these patients, who can't even have a date with a nurse.
Every year the BMA holds a conference for present and aspiring academic doctors
, and every year it is fully booked.
 By invoking Justinian's analogy between the two callings, Bartolus could exploit these categories to justify and explain the legal privileges of academic doctors
(a relatively new social group) in medieval society.