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Eat Your Heart Out 2012: Queen Mary to host anatomy-themed baking festival
Date:9/18/2012

Talented bakers and medical experts are joining forces for a disease and anatomy-themed cake festival this autumn at Queen Mary, University of London's Pathology Museum.

Eat Your Heart Out 2012 runs from 26-28 October at St Bartholomews Pathology Museum based at QM's West Smithfield campus - and aims to educate the public on anatomy and disease through the unusual medium of anatomically correct cakes, cookies and cocktails.

A series of pathology based lectures will also examine the real-life conditions behind the edible treats on sale, which include an astonishingly realistic Trio of Toenail Fungus Cookies, Polycystic Kidney Cakes and Anatomical Macaroons.

Artists come from across the UK and include Tattoo Cakes, Nevie-Pie Cakes and The Conjurer's Kitchen.

Displays will be split into the five main sections of the Medical School curriculum at Queen Mary: Cardiorespiratory, Metabolism, Brain and Behaviour, Human Development and Locomotive. Within each section there will be information leaflets and photographs corresponding to the products on sale.

The Pathology Museum's technician and assistant curator Carla Connolly says: "We hope to create an interest in the topics of anatomy and pathology, for example - raise awareness of the need for blood donations, educate visitors about transplants and ensure people understand the dangers of alcohol abuse and smoking. Most importantly, we'll be showing that serious, or often taboo, subjects can still be communicated through an accessible medium. In this way we aspire to engage those who would never normally research these topics, and continue the work of pioneers before us who have helped to further the study of disease despite unorthodox or unusual techniques.

"The museum has played host to some exciting events over the last year, from taxidermy lessons to wine tasting nights and evening lectures. It's the perfect location for an event as unique as Eat Your Heart Out
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Contact: Sarah Cox
s.cox@qmul.ac.uk
Queen Mary, University of London
Source:Eurekalert

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