St George's, London's oldest medical school, houses a unique 250-year archive that defines medicine through the ages.

In this talk, archivist Virginia Dawe-Woodings will highlight ten objects that illustrate turning points in the history of medicine and surgery, including postmortem case books, surgical implements and a priceles copy of Gray's Anatomy.

Everyone is welcome to attend this free talk on Thursday 30 May at 6-7.30pm. Please register using this link.


Hunter Wing, second floor, rooms H2.6-2.8. St George's University of London,

Cranmer Terrace,

SW17 0RE