Monthly Archives: October 2012

‘Doctors, dissection and resurrection men’ at the Museum of London

Today I visited the new exhibition inaugurated last week at the Museum of London, ‘Doctors, dissection and resurrection men’. The exhibition has already received remarkable reviews from the Guardian, the Economist and the Times, among others, and I must say … Continue reading

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Tonight: Dr David Biro on “The Language of Pain”

Tonight, Dr David Biro, Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, will give the CHH seminar on ‘The Language of Pain’. David Biro has a medical degree from Columbia University and a doctorate … Continue reading

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Today: Memento Macabre: Film Sketches from The Mütter Museum.

Today, at 6 pm in S-2.18 (Lucas Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus), there will be a showing of two experimental films shot and created entirely around the pathological collection of the world renowned Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, with a discussion of … Continue reading

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