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Museums at Night at the RCS: Transplant and Life
May 20, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The London home of the Royal College of Surgeons is in the early stages of a major redevelopment, including its Hunterian Museum. On the last night until it reopens in 2020, the museum is hosting a public ‘Museums at Night‘ event celebrating the life-changing procedure of transplantation. Attendees will be able to enjoy a ‘silent-view’ of the exhibition Transplant and Life, take part in events themed around surgery and transplantation, and discover some of the new developments in transplant technology through two lectures. BTRU researcher Dr Sarah Hosgood is delighted to be giving one of the lectures, entitled ‘Kidney transplantation – new advances in preservation’, focusing on her research under Theme 4 of the unit.