The RCP Museum usually holds exhibitions, events and tours of our fascinating collections in the RCP’s Grade 1 listed Regent’s Park home, welcoming thousands of visitors a year. But what do you do when a global pandemic means that everyone is staying at home, and the museum can’t engage with our visitors in any of the normal ways?
Oladipo Olujimi Akinkugbe was a distinguished professor of medicine at the University of Ibadan and a pioneer in the specialty of hypertension and nephrology in Nigeria and across Africa.
Remembering Babatunde Kwaku Adadevoh by Julie Beckwith, head of library, archive and museum services
Robert Bridges, the Poet Laureate physician
Watch a brand-new video created for Open House London with assistant archivist Felix Lancashire as he explores the RCP's archives to uncover the story of how our most recent home came to be.
Assistant archivist, Felix Lancashire, explores the archives of a charismatic and controversial RCP fellow.
Muriel Buxton-Thomas was an internationally recognised physician in nuclear medicine and an active contributor to academic and clinical research throughout her career.
Thomas Ariba Ogada, professor of medicine, Kenyan ambassador to the United Nations and the first black Kenyan elected as a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.
Explore how this fascinating Sri Lankan manuscript was created and why it might have been of interest to early 19th century European doctors.
James Samuel Risien Russell, fellow of the RCP, renowned neurologist, acclaimed professor, and one of the first Black British consultants.