The Gordon Museum of Pathology
From time to time we bring our seminars to the Gordon Museum in the Hodgkin building at Guy’s campus in London Bridge.
The King’s Gordon Museum of Pathology is the largest medical museum in the UK and contains some rare and unique artefacts including Lister’s antiseptic spray and the original specimens of kidneys, adrenal glands and lymph nodes which led Richard Bright, Thomas Addison and Thomas Hodgkin to describe the medical conditions that bear their names.
Denmark Hill campus
The majority of our talks are on the Denmark Hill campus in the Institute of Psychiatry, either in the Main Building or in the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, located at the junction of Denmark Hill and De Crespigny Park. Please click here for a detailed map of the King’s College London Denmark Hill Campus.