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Museum Reception - Meet The Staff

Jonathan Goddard (Curator)

Jonathan is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Leicester General Hospital.

As Curator of the BAUS Virtual Museum, he is responsible for providing most of the written content, together with innumerable old images and illustrations.

Many of the instruments displayed are from Jonathan's personal collection.

Harriet Goddard (Junior Curator)

Harriet helps in the Museum, especially when the museum cabinet exhibit in the BAUS Office needs review. Harriet has a small office under the museum stairs, where she studies some of the extraordinary exhibits.

She is very keen on making educational videos and has now acquired a sizeable autograph collectiona cabinet full of medals and a stamp collection.

Peter Thompson (Contributor)

Peter is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at King's College Hospital, London.  

He was one of the early driving forces behind the establishment of a Virtual Museum and has made major contributions to many of the documents filed in the Museum. He is part of the History of Urology committee for the European Association of Urology (EAU).

Dominic Hodgson (Contributor)

Dominic is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth.  

He has made major contributions to many of the documents filed in the Museum and carried out the "Living Witness" interviews with practising urologists, originally published in written form in the BJMSU (now the Journal of Clinical Urology).

Nigel Bullock (Contributor)

Nigel is an Emeritus (retired) Consultant Urological Surgeon who worked at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.  

He is now the BAUS Website Editor and is responsible for editing most of the website content, including that in the Virtual Museum. He provided many of the graphics and some of the photographs of instruments (from the Urology Department collection at Addenbrooke's Hospital).

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