Interview – Museum of Human Disease

Located at the University of New South Wales in Kensington, the Museum of Human Disease houses over 2,500 diseased human tissues specimens.

The Museum’s objective is to provide a space that enables all people to make educated decisions about their health and lifestyle choices.

As Australia’s only publicly accessible medical pathology collection, the Museum of Human Disease is a truly unique experience.

The Museum is open to all members of the public.

We recently had the pleasure of visiting the Museum and took the opportunity to speak with Adam Strang, their Education Officer and David Cutting, a Preservation Specialist at the Museum.



Visit the Museum of Human Disease website

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