12 March 2013
Sam Alberti, Director of Museums and Archives will discuss how human remains have made their way into medical collections.
This lecture will be preceded by a ticketholders’ late view of the museum from 6-7pm. There will also be a chance to view the museum following the event.
£7 (concessions £6, MoL Friends £5). Book via Museum of London on 020 7001 9844
A limited number of free tickets are available for RCS fellows, members and affiliates. Please contact the Hunterian Museum on 020 7869 6568 to secure one of these.
This lecture is one of a series of five being held at medical museums and collections across London who have contributed to the Museum of London’s current exhibition, ‘Doctors, Dissection and Resurrection men’.