Tag Archives: Samandouras

Lighthouse

I felt kinda hungry, it was close to midnight, bit late for dinner…even for Greeks…! I have been sitting in my chair for 5 or so hours, working from home, remotely, with my team, with texts, facetime, Skype and voice calls, a race with time … Continue reading

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On the road

I was driving from Manchester the other day. Outside Birmingham I took the M6 toll. For years now there are road works in Birmingham. Average speed cameras, slow people driving slow in the fast lane, congestion and gridlocks. So, M6 … Continue reading

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Neurosurgery, Art and Fashion

We had a very cool visitor at Queen Square last week, Professor Ed Laws (photo) from Brigham’s and Womens Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston who gave the second annual Sir Victor Horsley lecture on “The History of Cushing’s Disease … Continue reading

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Boat Trip

Tuesday was a farewell to the neurosurgical life of Richard Hayward, who was retiring after a tremendous career in paediatric neurosurgery and craniosynostosis.  Dozens of friends from all parts of the world came to Queen Square to share stories of his … Continue reading

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