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- June 29th KCL Annual History of Medicine lecture with Professor Scott Podolsky “The Antibiotic Era: Reform, Resistance, and the Pursuit of a Rational Therapeutics”
- Congratulations to Dr Hanna Kienzler and Dr Annette Rid for their promotions!
- June 13th next KCL-LSHTM Critical Global Health Seminar with Professor Peter Redfield “Aftermaths: Equipment for Living in a Broken World”
Category Archives: History of Medicine
Upcoming UCL seminar May 3rd 4:30 pm by Dr Lara Marks: ‘History on-line: The case of monoclonal antibodies’
We are delighted to announce Dr Lara Marks’ upcoming seminar on May 3rd on ‘History on-line: The case of monoclonal antibodies’. When: Wednesday May 3rd 4.30pm Where: Darwin Building room B05, University College London Dr Lara Marks’ talk will tell the … Continue reading
Read new blogpost by Dr Christine Aicardi: was Francis Crick’s scientific career just a fortuitous, multi-stop flight away from routine and boredom?
In this blogpost, originally published on Wellcome Trust blog here, GHSM Dr Christine Aicardi tells us how she came to the conclusion that there may have been one underlying motivation for all of Crick’s research choices across different scientific fields. Although … Continue reading
Duncan Wilson at SSHM December 9th speaking of “Roadmaps and Pipelines, Hurdles and Obstacles: Translational Medicine and the ‘Bioethics Backlash’”
We are delighted to invite you to our next upcoming SSHM Seminar Series event. Please save the date for Dr. Duncan Wilson (Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine at University of Manchester) who will present his latest work … Continue reading
All are welcome to attend the Kings College London Annual Lecture in the History of Health and Medicine. When: 5 pm on Weds 3 June Where: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, K6.29, Strand Building, Strand, followed by a reception in the Anatomy … Continue reading
We are delighted to invite you to our SSHM Seminar with leading intellectual historian, Professor Ruth Leys (Department of History, Johns Hopkins University). Prof. Leys will present her latest work on “Violence, Affect, and the Post-Traumatic Subject”. The seminar will take place on Tuesday 13 May from 17.00 – 18.30 in S-1.04, Lecture … Continue reading