Queen Mary to host anatomy-themed baking festival with Lectures 26-28th October

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Eat Your Heart Out 2012 runs from 26-28 October at St Bartholomew’s Pathology Museum – based at QM’s West Smithfield campus – and aims to educate the public on anatomy and disease through the unusual medium of anatomically correct cakes, cookies and cocktails.

A series of pathology based lectures will also examine the real-life conditions behind the edible treats on sale, which include an astonishingly realistic Trio of Toenail Fungus Cookies, Polycystic Kidney Cakes and Anatomical Macaroons. Artists come from across the UK and include Tattoo Cakes, Nevie-Pie Cakes and The Conjurer’s Kitchen.

Entry to Eat Your Heart Out 2012 is free

Event: Eat Your Heart Out 2012

Date: 26-28 October

Time: 11am – 6pm

Location: St Bartholomews Pathology Museum, Robin Brook Centre, West Smithfield, London, EC1A 7BE (020 7882 8766)

EYHO Lecture Programme

Friday 26 October – ‘Sex and the City’

1pm – NHS Blood and Transplant talk on organ donation

2pm – Dr Anne Szarewski (Queen Mary) – HPV vaccines

3pm – Dr Lesley Hall (Wellcome Library) – Sexually transmitted diseases in London, from 17th century to present day

4pm – Professor Peter Vanezis (Queen Mary) – Forensics of sex crimes

Saturday 27 October – ‘Pathology: Not a Dead End Job’

1pm – Zoe Rutherford – Anatomical Pathology Technician at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

2pm – Maria New – Embalmer / Advanced reconstruction expert

3pm – Emily Evans – Anatomy Teacher at Cambridge and Medical Illustrator

4pm – Kirsty Wadsley (Queen Mary) – Pathways to studying medicine

Sunday 28 October – ‘Check yourself before you wreck yourself’ – Minimising the risks and spotting the symptoms of cancer

12pm – Lecture from Prostate Cancer UK

1pm – Sue Airey from Bowel Cancer UK

2pm – Wendy Gough (The Wendy Gough Cancer Awareness Trust) – Testicular cancer

3pm – Gill Nuttall (Factor50) – Melanomas

4pm – Kris Hallenga (Coppafeel) – Breast cancer

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