Leonardo Da Vinci – a 15th century artist whose Concepts & Artistic ideas anticipated 21st century Imaging’
On Sunday Professor Peter Abrahams presented his fascinating lecture with slides.
If you missed the presentation, you can view the recording here.
Prof. “Emeritus” of Clinical Anatomy at Warwick Medical School; Life Fellow of Girton College, Cambridge; visiting Prof LKC Medicine, NTU Singapore; and Prof of clinical anatomy at SGU Grenada for over 25 years, Peter has recently retired after 45 years as a NHS GP. During his very distinguished career, he has set up a new medical school in Brunel University and published over 40 medical text and other books, CDs, DVDs, Apps in over 90 language editions.
Peter graduated from The Middlesex Hospital Medical School and was awarded a British Fulbright Scholarship in Anatomical Education. He has lectured worldwide for 45+ years and worked as an anatomical consultant to the World Health Organisation.
He was consultant to the Buckingham Palace Exhibition “Leonardo- Anatomist “for the London Olympics and in 2013 was 3D anatomical producer for “Mechanics of Man”- Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition in Holyrood Palace for the Edinburgh Festival. Since 2014, Peter has been consultant to Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, on the Rothschild Bronzes by Michelangelo as well as anatomy consultant to the Director of the Uffizi, Florence.
Peter has established a medical education charity to bring Borneo medical students to the UK and vice versa to help world peace and understanding through Healthcare.
Mosaic Jewish Community Zoom events are available and free for anyone to attend. Our speakers are not paid for their time so If you are able to support Peter’s charity then donate here (please specify the donation should go to the “Abrahams-Goh Medical Elective Scholarship”