Dr Sally Frampton

Sally Frampton is Humanities and Healthcare Fellow at the University of Oxford. She focuses on the history of medicine, health and illness from 1750 to the present. Sally has a long-standing interest in the history of surgery and has written extensively on surgical risk and innovation, including her book, Belly-Rippers, Surgical Innovation and the Ovariotomy Controversy (2018). Her current research explores the global development of first aid and emergency medicine.

As Humanities and Healthcare Research Fellow, Sally is tasked with fostering greater interdisciplinary collaboration at the University between humanities researchers and the Medical Sciences Division and is particularly interested in the ways in which humanities can be used in the teaching and training of medical and healthcare practitioners. She is currently involved in a number of interdisciplinary projects, including on vaccination and vaccine hesitancy.

Constanze Hein

Constanze Hein is a designer and educator. She is interested in book and graphic design as well as the political influence of design on society. At the Berlin University of the Arts, she works as an assistant professor in the Visual Communication programme, teaches typography in the design area Illustration and offers cross-project seminars. Together with two partners, she runs the design studio Book Book. Her research topic is the teaching of graphic design and the direction of the profession in the future.