Paul Craddock’s research into transplantation is part of a lifelong fascination with how medicine influences the way we make sense of ourselves and our bodies. His Ph.D explored how transplants have for centuries invited reflection on human identity, a subject on which he has also lectured internationally. Paul is Honorary Senior Research Associate in the Division of Surgery and Interventional Sciences at UCL Medical School in London, where he works with one of the world’s leading institutions in transplantation, alongside the surgeons, scientists, nurses and transplant researchers. Dragon in a Suitcase, published by Penguin, will be his first book.
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