Today: Philosophy of Medicine Seminar with Brendan Clarke from UCL

Do not miss today’s Philosophy of Medicine seminar!

Dr Brendan Clarke will give BrendanClarkea paper titled: “Maps and Mosquito’s: evidential pluralism in contentious causal claims“.
Brendan is Lecturer in History and Philosophy of Medicine at the Department of Science and Technology Studies at UCL, and has a wide range of research interests. Among others: the viral causation of cancers (his PhD topic, a review of his dissertation by Dr Raffaella Campaner can be found here); classifications (causal or otherwise) in the life sciences; evidence based medicine; history and philosophy of anatomical illustrations, and synthetic biology.

The seminar will take place at 2 pm in the CHH seminar room (F5, 5th Floor, East Wing, Strand Campus). All are welcome to attend and there is no need to RSVP.

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