Corinne Harrison is the Library, Archive and Museum Services Administrator for the Royal College of Physicians. She is currently leading the ‘Inspiring women physicians’ project, based on the RCP’s photograph collection, with funding awarded by the Museum-University Partnership Initiative. She also commissions and publishes online obituaries for the RCP’s biographical series, Lives of the Fellows (Munk’s Roll). Corinne studied a BA in English and History of Art at the University of Birmingham and remained in Birmingham for a year at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, where she was assistant to the senior curator, marketing officer and education officer. After completing a Masters in History of Art at University College London, she joined the National Portrait Gallery as print cataloguer and catalogued over 3,500 prints. In 2017, Corinne returned to the National Portrait Gallery on secondment as an assistant curator for the Reference Collection for 10 months, and in 2018 was one of the 11th cohort of Clore Emerging Leaders.
|Title||Current Approaches to Sharing Knowledge: Tales from the KQ|
|Venue||Knowledge Centre Theatre|
|Time||14:00 – 15:00|