Case books of Dr Robert Cleghorn (1755 – 1821)
Reports of the Inspectors of Madhouses, 1815 – 1857
Leaps and Bounds: what can be achieved through digitisation
Europe and the College’s foundations
Our 420th birthday
Guest Post: The First Women Licentiates
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Ross McGregor

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Case books of Dr Robert Cleghorn (1755 – 1821)
Reports of the Inspectors of Madhouses, 1815 – 1857
Europe and the College’s foundations
Our 420th birthday
Guest Post: The First Women Licentiates
Great minds: the brain in medicine, surgery and psychiatry
The Lower Library
Guest post: Dr Morven McElroy, Honorary Librarian
GSA Public Lecture – Making Waves
Cases of hydrophobia in Glasgow, 1870s
Glasgow’s Criminal-Medical Histories, c. 1850-1920
Introducing our Artist in Residence
Re-Framed: Celebrating Diversity
Glasgow Pathological and Clinical Society
Amputation
The College and ‘Clarinda’
Maister Peter Lowe and Glasgow
16th Century Surgery & Comic Creation
Macewen on wounds
The semi-flexible gastroscope
Old and new surgical tools
Dr Harry R. Lillie
Uncovering our Medical Instruments
Veedee Massager, c1903
Emergency Surgery – The Trephine
William Macewen, Glasgow Police Surgeon
Stowe’s Toxicological Chart, c1820