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Glasgow History of Medicine Group Spring Meetings

06 Mar 2015

All seminars will take place in the Library Reading Room at 5.30 pm.

10 February 2015 – Dr Lara Marks, Kings College, London, ‘From research probe to blockbuster drugs: The story of monoclonal antibodies in healthcare’.

10 March 2015 – Professor Anne Hardy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, ‘Eats shoots, and heaves: Salad, science, and medicine 1870-2000’

21 April 2015 – Professor Oonagh Walsh, Glasgow Caledonian University, ‘History, Medicine and Politics in Ireland: the writing of the 2013 Symphysiotomy Report’

All seminars will take place in the Library Reading Room at 5.30 pm. Coffee/tea and biscuits from 5.00 pm.

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