About Us

bloodbonesandbodies was founded on the 23rd December 2015 by two students with a passionate interest in all things medical, scientific, and historical. The aim of this blog is to provide all manner of content to you, dear readers with an interest in medicine, and for us to have the opportunity to hone our writing skills on an online blogging platform such as this. And, thus, bloodbonesandbodies was born!

BloodBonesAndBodies is:


Dan is a 21-year-old university student studying History at the University of Warwick, located in the United Kingdom. He is currently on exchange at Monash University, which is where he met fellow blogger Chris.

He has a keen interest in Medicine throughout the ages, as well as in general science, philosophy, and literature. He is an incredible author with an amazing knack at making you cry, laugh, and think simultaneously.

When he isn’t writing modern-day masterpieces, Dan enjoys reading for leisure, watching copious amounts of Netflix, and cuddling with his incredibly cute stuffed toys (their names are BabyDuck, Toby, and Bert.)

He is doing this blog to further his passion for writing, and to spend more time with his incredible Australian friend Chris.


Chris is a 20-year-old medical student studying at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Alongside a number of high-flying aspirations in the world of medicine, Chris has also fostered a love of travel, having visited Nepal, Vietnam, and Cambodia, and hopes to one day work internationally as a doctor.

When he is not prodding this or poking that in the pursuit of a medical degree, Chris can often be found reading all manner of books, both for furthering his medical studies and, somewhat surprisingly for a student, for pleasure too.

Chris is doing this blog because Dan suggested it to him one afternoon and he said yes. Also to further his engagement with the world of medicine, but mainly the first thing I said.


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