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Photograph of learners from Heathfield, Lavender Hill, Sinenjongo, Uxolo and Masiyile High Schools
OUR LATEST VISITORS
Learners from Heathfield, Lavender Hill, Sinenjongo, Uxolo and Masiyile High Schools visited the PLC as part of the Division of Immunology’s Open Day, 1 Nov 2019. We looked at TB in different sites in the body, the effect of alcohol on the liver,...
WORLD ANIMAL DAY 4 Oct
The health and welfare of animals is inextricably tied up with our own, acknowledged in the One Health concept. We suffer many similar pathologies and we share some pathogens (see featured case). Reverse zoonoses and human activity are a threat to...
Photo of Melancholia artwork
Art, Science, and Psyche meet in the Pathology Learning Centre
Contemporary Cape Town artist Natasja de Wet exhibits a selection of her latest body of work Melancholia in the PLC. Melancholia opens on Saturday 9 March 2019. Walkabout on Thursday 14 March at 6pm. Exhibition ends 30 March.
Photos and x-ray of pathology for Rare Disease Day
Rare Disease Day 28 Feb 2019
Featuring: Neurofibromatosis Types 1 and 2, inherited neurocutaneous disorders that are historically linked but which are genetically and clinically distinct.
Artwork by Nina Liebenberg, part of Object Ecologies at the Iziko South African Museum
OBJECT ECOLOGIES
UCT lecturer in Fine Art and in Curatorship Nina Liebenberg has employed imagery of our bottled pathology specimens in her work CHEST: A BOTANICAL ECOLOGY, which explores healing practices at the Cape through a medicine chest dating to the early...


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