Henry Marsh is one of the country's foremost neurosurgeons and the bestselling author of two volumes of medical memoir, Do No Harm and Admissions. Both books were Sunday Times No. 1 bestsellers, and have been translated into over twenty languages. Do No Harm was awarded the South Bank Sky Arts Award and the PEN Ackerley Prize, and was shortlisted for the Costa Biography Award, Duff Cooper Prize, Wellcome Book Prize and Guardian First Book Award. He was made CBE is 2010. Since retiring from full-time work in the NHS in 2015, Henry Marsh continues to operate and lecture abroad. He is married to the anthropologist Kate Fox, and lives in London and Oxford.