Richard Horton is the Editor-in-Chief of the UK’s leading medical journal, The Lancet. Dr Horton trained originally in medicine, before moving into academic publishing and science communication. He has been a medical columnist for The Observer, The Times, and The New York Review of Books, and was the first President of the World Association of Medical Editors. In 2007 he was awarded the Edinburgh Science Medal – “For professional achievements judged to have made a significant contribution to the understanding and well-being of humanity”. One not to miss!
Free talk, free drink, free food!
Open to all!
Where: Winstanely Lecture Hall, Trinity College
Doors open: 6.00pm
Talk starts: 6.15pm
Trinity College Science Society is one of the most active science societies in Cambridge, providing a rich programme of seminar series, panel discussions, film nights, and other social events. While based in Trinity College, all talks are free and open to all members of the university and the general public, and are accompanied by generous refreshments. Visit our website to see the remarkable speakers and events we have lined up.
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