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CHM Events

CHM offers a wide range of events across the academic year. We also list some external/non-CHM events that may also be of interest. Please scroll down or use the links below for further details and to find out what's on:



Everyone is welcome to attend our seminars, normally on Tuesday evenings.

This year, there is a focus on the history of science, technology and medicine, with several of the seminars showcasing the work of staff at Warwick. This year's series is convened by Dr Elise Smith, Dr James Poskett and Dr Michael Bycroft.

Please follow the links for more information about each event.


Conferences, Symposia and Workshops

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Reading Lunches

The History of Medicine Reading Lunch is a student-run reading group which meets regularly to discuss readings selected by its members. It is a forum for students from all disciplines and at all stages of their academic career to meet and to satisfy their scholarly, social and nutritional needs. Teaching and research fellows and staff are also welcome to attend. We look forward to seeing you there!

The 2019-20 events are convened by Ed, Devane (PhD student), Daniela, Cullum (MA Student) and Stefan Bernhardt-Radu (MA student). Please follow the links for more information about each event.

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Academic Skills Sessions

These student/staff run sessions endeavour to provide tools essential to becoming a successful 'all round' professional researcher; from writing academic papers to presenting at conferences.

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Work in Progress fora

The Centre's Work in Progress meetings provided an opportunity for postgraduates and staff to discuss new research. The 2018-19 programme is convened by Fabiola Creed, Jane Hand and Kathryn Woods. A light lunch and refreshments are usually provided.


Public Lectures, Exhibitions, Visits and Special Events

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