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Trinity Professor Peter McCulloch has carried out hundreds of operations, primarily in the field of cancer. So, he knows better than most that surgery carries the risk of complications and the response of surgeons to these events when they occur is often crucial in deciding if someone lives or dies. In this lecture, Professor McCulloch shares his research into how science can make surgery safer for all of us.

Tickets£10 / £5 (students)