Upcoming in this series
Harveian Oration 2023: Sir Patrick Vallance
Sir Patrick Vallance will discuss the importance of integration – some observations from the clinic, academia, industry and government.
On-demand in this series
FitzPatrick lecture 2023
Professor Helen Lachmann is delivering the 2023 FitzPatrick lecture, reflecting on 170 years of amyloid.
Samuel Gee lecture 2023
Linacre lecture 2022: humanity’s first chance – understanding what pandemic infection can do to the human brain
Dr Benedict Michael will discuss humanity’s first chance to understand what pandemic infection can do to the human brain.
Croonian lecture 2022: skin of many colours
Dr Piu Banerjee will discuss dermatology and diversity.
Harveian Oration 2022: pandemic HIV and its legacy for medicine and global health
Professor Dame Anne Johnson will discuss pandemic HIV and its legacy for medicine and global health.
Samuel Gee lecture 2022: air pollution – the greatest environmental health challenge of our time
Professor Sir Stephen Holgate discusses air pollution – the greatest environmental health challenge of our time.
Harveian Oration 2021: Professor Jonathan Van-Tam
Professor Jonathan Van Tam discusses moving forwards, understanding backwards: respiratory virus vaccines, therapeutics, and public health policy.
Linacre lecture 2021: methotrexate – an innocent bystander in the development of liver fibrosis
Dr Lucy Turner discusses methotrexate: an innocent bystander in the development of liver fibrosis.
Lilly lecture 2021: leadership in a time of crisis
Mrs Fiona Noden and Dr Aaisha Saqib give talks on "She's nowt but a little girl" and "I am just a junior doctor!" which explore leadership in times of crisis.
Samuel Gee lecture 2021: humans – the ultimate animal model
Professor Mary Reilly discusses humans – the ultimate animal model.
FitzPatrick lecture 2021: soulful neurology
Professor Andrew Lees discusses soulful neurology.