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'''Ghee P'Trell''' was a [[Caitian]] ''[[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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[[File:Ghee PTrell - STO.jpg|thumb|Dr. Ghee P'Trell]]
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'''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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He was either a [[Caitian]] or an [[Andorian]]. ({{g|STO|Star Trek Online}})
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:''[[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.''
   
 
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}})
 
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}})
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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}})
 
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}})
   
:''[[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."''
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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}})
   
 
==External link==
 
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* {{memoryalpha}}
 
 
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Revision as of 21:23, August 6, 2010

Ghee PTrell - STO

Dr. Ghee P'Trell

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.

He was either a Caitian or an Andorian. (STO video game: Star Trek Online)

Keith R.A. DeCandido explains on 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.

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. (DS9 episode: "Prophet Motive")

By December 2380, P'Trell had risen to become head of Starfleet Medical, in place of Doctor Beverly Crusher. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

In 2409, he was doing genetic research on a Federation station in the Korvat system when it was raided by the Gorn and the Klingons. (STO video game: Star Trek Online)

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