Legends of Surgery

Legends of Surgery is a podcast exploring the people and events that make up the history of modern surgery. Each topic is approached in a concise and informative manner, while still appreciating the human elements that create the stories, both famous and lesser known, that make the history of surgery so fascinating. The podcast strives to cover all areas of surgery, and uses original sources when available, to provide the most accurate information available. We try to keep the episodes light-hearted and appealing to a broad audience.
Thanks for supporting the podcast, and cheers from Canada!
Tyler Rouse

A History of Haematology: From Herodotus to HIV

Readers might be interested in a new post on the OUP  blog: An Interview with Shaun McCann, author of A History of Haematology: From Herodotus to HIV


The conversation covers  McCann’s work in carrying out the first ever bone marrow transplant in Ireland, his thoughts on the defining discoveries in Haematology, unsung heroes – and predictions for the future of his field.

Information from Amelia Carruthers,  Oxford University Press.