Category Archives: Medical Humanities

February 8th Panel discussion and launch of Journal of Bioethical Inquiry Special issue “Public Trust in Expert Knowledge: Ethics, Narrative and Engagement”

Please join us for launch and panel discussion of  “Public Trust in Expert Knowledge: Ethics, Narrative and Engagement“, a special issue of the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry  edited by Dr Silvia Camporesi, Dr Mark Davis and Dr Maria Vaccarella. When: Wednesday February 8th 6 pm Where: Pyramid … Continue reading

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Launch of 2016/17 GHSM Medical London Excursions 12th October 2016: Museum of Life Sciences and Science Gallery London

Sign-up is now open for the First Medical London Excursion of this academic year, on Wednesday 12th October (13.45 onwards)! (See attached flyer for more details) Places are free of charge and can be booked via the Eventbrite link below. Please … Continue reading

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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

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Register now to attend Prof Bronwyn Parry’s Inaugural Lecture March 22d: “Reproductive Labour: Exceptional for Whom? Notes from Mumbai”

We are delighted to announce Professor Bronwyn Parry’s forthcoming inaugural lecture titled “Reproductive Labour: Exceptional for Whom? Notes from Mumbai….”. When Tuesday 22 March 2016, 18.30 Where: Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, King’s Building, Strand Campus Abstract In this lecture … Continue reading

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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

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