Professor A Keith Mant
Science + Suffering Lecture: From Nuremberg to the Old Bailey: Memories of Forensic Pathologist, Professor A Keith Mant.
Professor Tim Mant
Wed 12 Jul 2017
Time: 6:30pm - 8pm
6:00pm - 6:30pm – Exhibition view
6.30pm - 8:00pm – Lecture by Professor Mant
Part of The Wiener Library's Science + Suffering event series.
Professor Tim Mant will discuss the work of his father, Professor A Keith Mant, a British forensic pathologist who headed the Special Medical Section of the British Army’s War Crimes Group, for which he interviewed members of the SS and those suspected of carrying out medical experiments, in particular, in Ravensbrück concentration camp. Based on his father’s posthumous autobiography completed by his grandson, Daniel Mant, Tim Mant will discuss the impact his father’s investigation of the Nazi doctors’ “experiments” had on the criminalisation of unethical medical experimentation and the subsequent Nuremberg Code.
Professor Tim Mant is Vice President, Medical Research at QuintilesIMS and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, King’s College London. Having completed an Honours degree in Pharmacology and graduating in medicine from Guy's Hospital in 1979, Mant trained at various London hospitals in Internal Medicine, Clinical Pharmacology and Human Toxicology. His major activity has been as Principal Investigator for the investigation of new chemical entities in man. He has been appointed co-lead for the NIHR funded Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Biomedical Research Centre Cluster for Advanced Therapies and Experimental Medicine. In addition to research he has teaching and NHS clinical activities.
With support from the Wellcome Trust.
Location: The Wiener Library - click for map
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