The Osler Lecture was inaugurated in 1967 and is named after Sir William Osler, the great medical humanist and historian. It is normally given by the student who gave the best dissertation in the Diploma in the History of Medicine.
Speaker: Dr Michael Collins, MB, FRCR, MA, DHMSA
Lecture title: Sir William Wilde (1815-1876) Pioneer Eye and ENT Surgeon. His achievements, adversities and his son Oscar
Dr Michael Collins (speaker) and Dr Tina Matthew (President of the Faculty)
Professor Tilli Tansey giving the vote of thanks
The Court (left to right)
Dr John Moore-Gillon, Nicholas Wood, Dr Derek Adams, Dr Tina Matthews, Dr Michael Collins (Speaker), Dr Charles Macworth-Young, Dr Roy Palmer (Master), Dr Martin Jourdan, Professor Brian Livesley & Dr Robert Bethel.