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Forthcoming Talk by Prof. Volker Scheid

14 January 2014

Prof. Volker Scheid will give a talk on 21 January entitled ‘Symptoms, Patterns, Constellations: Divergent Genealogies of the Emergent Interface Between Systems Biology and Chinese Medicine’ as part of the Wellcome Trust's History of Pre-Modern Medicine Seminar Series.

Prof. Volker Scheid will give a talk on 21 January entitled ‘Symptoms, Patterns, Constellations: Divergent Genealogies of the Emergent Interface Between Systems Biology and Chinese Medicine’ as part of the Wellcome Trust's History of Pre-Modern Medicine Seminar Series.

The seminar will take place in the Wellcome Trust, Gibbs Building, 215 Euston Road, NW1 2BE (View map).

Doors at 6pm prompt, seminars will start at 6.15.

Enquiries to Ross MacFarlane (Wellcome Library: r.macfarlane@wellcome.ac.uk) or Dr Bill Maclehose (UCL: w.maclehose@ucl.ac.uk).

All the details of the forthcoming seminars are also available on the Wellcome Library Blog.


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