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34th Historia Medica Lecture: Unraveling the Mysteries of Human Sexuality - The Masters and Johnson Story

Speaker: Dr. Robert Kolodny
Lecture Title: "Unraveling the Mysteries of Human Sexuality:  The Masters and Johnson Story"
Location: Moore Auditorium, North Building
Time: Thursday, November 21, 4:30-5:30 pm

A free lecture supported by the Becker Library and the Center for History of Medicine

Dr. Robert Kolodny Fourth year medical student Robert Kolodny participates in a panel discussion on preparing undergraduate students for the medical school curriculum, 1969.

Dr. Robert Kolodny will present the 34th Historia Medica Lecture on Thursday, November 21, from 4:30-5:30pm in the Moore Auditorium. His talk will focus on the history of his collaboration with William Masters and Virginia Johnson. Dr. Kolodny attended Washington University School of Medicine, graduating in 1969. As a medical student, he co-founded the school’s course on medical ethics. He was the first medical student to study with Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson at what was then called the Reproductive Biology Research Foundation in St. Louis. It was subsequently renamed the Masters & Johnson Institute in December 1978.

He completed his internship and residency at Harvard University, and he returned to St. Louis for a fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Barnes Hospital. Dr. Kolodny joined the Washington University School of Medicine staff in 1972, and eventually became Associate Director, Director of Training, and Head of the Endocrine Research Section of the Masters & Johnson Institute. His research focused primarily on the effects of drugs (both illicit and prescription) on sexual function, the effects of chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cancer, and hypertension on sexual well-being, and studies of process and outcome of sex therapy, as well as topics in infertility. Dr. Kolodny has served as Medical Director and Chairman of the Board of the Behavioral Medicine Institute in Amherst, NH since 1983.

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