August 1st 1916: A Surgical Catastrophe – A lecture by Professor Harold Ellis

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KCL Anatomy Society, in collaboration with KCL Surgical Society, is honoured to present “August 1st 1916 – A Surgical Catastrophe” a talk by Professor Harold Ellis CBE FRCS MCh as our final lecture of the year.

Professor Ellis is one of the most notable British surgeons of the past fifty years, renowned for both his inspirational teaching at the Department of Anatomy & Human Sciences at King’s and his dedication to the NHS since its foundation. He is also the author of the definitive textbook of Clinical Anatomy which is currently in its thirteenth edition.

An Emeritus Professor of Surgery in the University of London, Prof. Ellis has held positions as Vice-President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and of the Royal Society of Medicine and was president of the British Association of Surgical Oncology.

The talk will be held on Thursday the 3rd of March, at 6:00pm in the Gordon Museum.The Museum is in the Hodgkin Building on Guy’s Campus.

There will be a food and wine reception afterwards so please join us for what promises to be a great night!

Please reserve tickets below so that we have an idea about numbers:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/august-1st-1916-a-surgical-catastrophe-a-lecture-by-professor-harold-ellis-tickets-21416360912

Hope to see you there!

King’s College London Anatomy Society

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