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'''Ghee P'Trell''' was a ''[[chirurgeon]]'' (doctor), a [[Caitian]]<ref name="species">Ghee P'Trell was originally established as "of Andoria" in the {{e|DS9|Prophet Motive}}. As [[Keith R.A. DeCandido]] explains in [http://www.sff.net/people/krad/aotfann.htm#chapter21/ his annotations] for the [[novel]] ''[[Articles of the Federation]]'' the ambiguity of that reference initially allowed him to establish the character as Caitian, born and raised on [[Andor]], accounting for the character’s name, which doesn't follow established norms of Andorian nomenclature as seen in the ''[[TOS]]'' [[episode]] "[[Journey to Babel]]", various ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' [[episode]]s, and the [[DS9 relaunch|post-finale ''DS9'' fiction]]. The [[video game]] ''[[Star Trek: Online]]'' however depicts P'Trell as an Andorian.''<nowiki/>''</ref> male, born and raised on [[Andoria]] in the [[24th century]]. P'Trell was a leading medical practitioner in the late-[[24th century]], noted in the field of [[gerontology]], a [[Carrington Award]] nominee and eventually, [[Head of Starfleet Medical]]. ({{e|DS9|Prophet Motive}}; {{n|ST|Articles of the Federation}}; {{STO|The Ultimate Klingon}})
'''Ghee P'Trell''' was a ''[[chirurgeon]]'' (doctor), born and raised on [[Andoria]]. Prior to the [[2370s]], P'Trell had conducted some remarkable research into the field of [[gerontology]].
 
   
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==History==
He was either a [[Caitian]] or an [[Andorian]]. ({{g|STO|Star Trek Online}})
 
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By [[2371]], P'Trell was known for his research into the field of [[gerontology]]. In that year, the [[Federation Medical Council]] nominated P'Trell to receive the prestigious [[Carrington Award]]. One of the other nominees that year was [[Doctor]] [[Julian Bashir]], prompting much discussion on [[Deep Space 9]]. P'Trell, and Dr. [[April Wade]] were considered the most likely to win, although the prize ultimately went to Doctor [[Henri Roget]]. ({{e|DS9|Prophet Motive}})
:''[[Keith R.A. DeCandido]] explains on [http://www.sff.net/people/krad/aotfann.htm#chapter21/ his website]: "That P'Trell was "of Andor" was established in [[DS9]] [[episode]] "Prophet Motive," but was never specified as [[Andorian]]. That he's a Caitian who was raised (and got his medical degree) on Andor is a conceit of the author's to reconcile the character's name, which doesn't follow established norms of Andorian nomenclature as seen in [[TOS]] [[episode]] "[[Journey to Babel]]," [[ENT]] [[episode]] "[[The Andorian Incident]]" and other ENT episodes, and the post-finale [[DS9]] fiction. The ''Star Trek: Online'' game however depicts P'Trell as an Andorian.''
 
   
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By [[August]] [[2380]], P'Trell had risen to become head of [[Starfleet Medical]], in place of [[Doctor]] [[Beverly Crusher]]. In that role, P'Trell was often involved in high-level discussions, involving the [[Palais de la Concorde]] and Federation diplomatic personnel, when medical situations arose amongst political events. In August that year, P'Trell helped solve the mystery of what was afflicting a [[Trinni/ek]] delegation visiting [[Earth]]. In [[December]] of the same year, he worked to encouraged Dr. [[Rebecca Emmanuelli]], a former [[Tzenkethi]] prisoner, but expert in Tzenkethi medicine, to treat [[Zormonk]], the son of the Tzenkethi ''[[Tzelnira]]'', [[Zaarok]]. ({{n|ST|Articles of the Federation}})
In [[2371]], the [[Federation Medical Council]] nominated P'Trell to receive the prestigious [[Carrington Award]] for his research work. Unfortunately, the award was won by [[Henri Roget]]. ({{e|DS9|Prophet Motive}})
 
   
By [[December]] [[2380]], P'Trell had risen to become head of [[Starfleet Medical]], in place of [[Doctor]] [[Beverly Crusher]]. ({{n|ST|Articles of the Federation}})
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In [[2409]], P'Trell was doing genetic research on a Federation station in the [[Korvat system]] when it was raided by the [[Gorn]] and the [[Klingon]]s. ({{STO|The Ultimate Klingon}})
   
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==Appendices==
In [[2409]], he was doing genetic research on a Federation station in the [[Korvat system]] when it was raided by the [[Gorn]] and the [[Klingon]]s. ({{g|STO|Star Trek Online}})
 
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===Background===
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===Appearances and references===
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* {{n|ST|Articles of the Federation}}
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* {{STO|The Ultimate Klingon}}
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Latest revision as of 14:31, 24 October 2018

Ghee P'Trell.

Ghee P'Trell was a chirurgeon (doctor), a Caitian[1] male, born and raised on Andoria in the 24th century. P'Trell was a leading medical practitioner in the late-24th century, noted in the field of gerontology, a Carrington Award nominee and eventually, Head of Starfleet Medical. (DS9 episode: "Prophet Motive"; ST novel: Articles of the Federation; STO mission: "The Ultimate Klingon")

History[edit | edit source]

By 2371, P'Trell was known for his research into the field of gerontology. In that year, the Federation Medical Council nominated P'Trell to receive the prestigious Carrington Award. One of the other nominees that year was Doctor Julian Bashir, prompting much discussion on Deep Space 9. P'Trell, and Dr. April Wade were considered the most likely to win, although the prize ultimately went to Doctor Henri Roget. (DS9 episode: "Prophet Motive")

By August 2380, P'Trell had risen to become head of Starfleet Medical, in place of Doctor Beverly Crusher. In that role, P'Trell was often involved in high-level discussions, involving the Palais de la Concorde and Federation diplomatic personnel, when medical situations arose amongst political events. In August that year, P'Trell helped solve the mystery of what was afflicting a Trinni/ek delegation visiting Earth. In December of the same year, he worked to encouraged Dr. Rebecca Emmanuelli, a former Tzenkethi prisoner, but expert in Tzenkethi medicine, to treat Zormonk, the son of the Tzenkethi Tzelnira, Zaarok. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

In 2409, P'Trell was doing genetic research on a Federation station in the Korvat system when it was raided by the Gorn and the Klingons. (STO mission: "The Ultimate Klingon")

Appendices[edit | edit source]

Background[edit | edit source]

  1. Ghee P'Trell was originally established as "of Andoria" in the DS9 episode: "Prophet Motive". As Keith R.A. DeCandido explains in his annotations for the novel Articles of the Federation the ambiguity of that reference initially allowed him to establish the character as Caitian, born and raised on Andor, accounting for the character’s name, which doesn't follow established norms of Andorian nomenclature as seen in the TOS episode "Journey to Babel", various Star Trek: Enterprise episodes, and the post-finale DS9 fiction. The video game Star Trek: Online however depicts P'Trell as an Andorian.

Appearances and references[edit | edit source]

External link[edit | edit source]

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