Saturday Series - Our Mortal Remains

  • Leanne Wallace (Organiser)
  • Tracey Wilkinson (Presenter)
  • Helen Murgatroyd (Presenter)
  • Claire Fitton (Presenter)
  • Peter Murray (Organiser)

Activity: Other activity typesPublic engagement and outreach - public lecture/debate/seminar


Anatomical dissection has been the cornerstone of medical education for many years but the generosity of body donors is now also beginning to change the face of modern medicine. Hear from a female panel of professionals who, at varying stages of their careers, will be discussing the importance of body donation, the impact it has had within anatomy and how it has influenced their careers. BBC Radio producer and presenter Pennie Latin will chair the discussion.

This event is also part of a 12 month long celebration for the University’s Year of Anatomy in 2018 which commemorates the 130th year of the prestigious Cox Chair of Anatomy as well as marking International Women’s Day.
Period10 Mar 2018
Event titleSaturday Series - Saturday Evening Lecture Series
Event typeSeminar
LocationDundee, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionRegional


  • saturday series
  • anatomy
  • cox