John Hinton and Jo Eagle
Tangram Theatre Company
Join Albert, the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in science, for a lecture
like none you’ve ever attended. The eccentric theoretical physicist quantum leaps
us through two world wars, two theories of relativity, and the deployment of two
very big bombs.
“A masterclass. Genius, Mr Hinton, Einstein would be proud.”
The Sunday Times
Governors' Hall at St Thomas’ Hospital
Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7EH.
20th February 2017 at 7 PM
Light refreshments from 6pm. Annual General Meeting (BSHR members only) 6:15pm
ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY, OBTAINABLE FROM:
Dr Arpan K Banerjee
by email at email@example.com
NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 15, 2017
Tickets are free of charge. A retiring collection
will be taken with a suggested donation of £5
14, 18, 22, 27, 29 January 2017
The Space, London E14 3RS
Springer 2016 pp103
Reviewed by Dr Arpan K Banerjee Chair Brit Soc Hist Radiology
Autobiographies written by radiologists are few and far between. Few radiologists have chronicled their own life stories. It is therefore a great pleasure to find this new radiology autobiography written by a true giant of interventional radiology. Josef Rosch who was born in 1925 in Czechoslovakia has chronicled his amazing life story in this slim volume. It is a delight to read and is likely to inspire the next generation of interventional radiologists. Rosch was inspired to do radiology by his inspirational radiology teaching during medical student days having initially intended to be a physician.
Between 1954 and 1967 he carried out research on angiography in Prague. In 1967 he moved to Oregon on a research fellowship to work with Charles Dotter, the angiography pioneer. The pioneering work on gastrointestinal bleed embolization, thrombolysis, pharmacoangiograhy and TIPS( transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt) and expandable metallic stents carried out there is described. Rosch chronicles his friendship with Judkins, Dotter and Bill Cook (owner and President of Cook Medical) amongst many other friendships. contd>>>
History Sessions, International Congress of Radiology, Buenos Aires, Argentina 24 September 2016
The Sheraton Hotel and Conference Centre, Buenos Aires Argentina was the venue for
the 29th International Congress of Radiology (21-
Buenos Aires , often considered the ‘Paris’ of Latin America was a wonderful venue for an international conference. The city with its magnificent boulevards (avenue Julio 9 is one of the widest boulevards in the world), beautiful parks, statues, a mixture of architecture old including the Casa Rosada (with European influences) and new skyscrapers, museums, bookshops galore , shopping galleries and a famous opera house ‘The Teatro Colon’ as well as traditional tango houses and a recently developed dockland area provide the visitor with much to explore.
A wide range of radiology topics were covered during the conference including a session on the history of radiology organised with the International Society for the History of Radiology (ISHRAD).
Read Arpan Banerjee’s report here