The Hunterian Society

The Hunterian Society, one of the oldest in England, was founded in 1819 by Dr. William Cooke, a general practitioner, and Mr. Thomas Armiger, a surgeon, both practicing in the City and east district of London.

The Society was named to honour John Hunter, the Father of Scientific Surgery, to whose lifetime of teaching and innovative experimentation the Society was then, and is yet now, dedicated to celebrate.

NOTICES

The new 2021-22 calendar has been uploaded here

You must register with Betty Smallwood if you want to attend meetings. 
Please note online meetings will start at 7 unless otherwise stated

HUNTERIAN PRIZE 2022

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