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53rd Historia Medica lecture: Frankenstein, the Vital Force, and Electricity

Paola Bertucci, DPhil, Associate Professor of History and the History of Medicine at Yale University and Stanley Finger, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Psychological and Brain Sciences of Washington University will jointly give the 53rd Historia Medica lecture on Thursday, October 6, 2016. 
Alisha Rankin, PhD

50th Historia Medica Lecture - Alisha Rankin

Alisha Rankin, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of History at Tufts University, will be the guest speaker for the 50th Historia Medica lecture on Thursday, March 10.  Dr. Rankin will present, “Poison Trials:  Testing Antidotes in Early Modern Europe.”
Marc Moon, MD

49th Historia Medica Lecture - Marc Moon

Dr. Moon joined the faculty at Washington University School of Medicine in 1998 and was promoted to Professor of Surgery in 2005.  In 2014 he was honored as the John M. Shoenberg Chair in Cardiothoracic Disease. 
Galen

48th Historia Medica Lecture - Luis Alejandro Salas

Galen (129-216) was an immensely influential physician whose theories on humorism, anatomy, blood circulation, pharmacology, and neurology guided the field of medicine for nearly 1200 years after his death.  
Early Women at Washington University School of Medicine

47th Historia Medica lecture - Candace O'Connor

Candace O'Connor will present the 47th Historia Medica lecture on Thursday, October 22, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.
Ira J. Kodner, MD

46th Historia Medica lecture: Ira J. Kodner, MD

Ira J. Kodner, MD, Emeritus Professor of Surgery at Washington University, will present the 46th Historia Medica lecture on Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.
Antonella Rastelli, M.D.

45th Historia Medica Lecture - Dr. Antonella Rastelli

Antonella Rastelli, M.D. will present the 45th Historia Medica Lecture titled, "Heart to Heart: The Life and Letters of Dr. Giancarlo Rastelli, Pioneer of Cardiothoracic Surgery" on Thursday, March 26, 4:30-5:30pm at the Becker Library.

44th Historia Medica Lecture - Urban Health and the History of Public Hospitals in the US

Dr. Will Ross, Associate Dean for Diversity and Professor of Medicine (Renal Division) at Washington University, will present the 44th Historia Medica Lecture on Thursday, March 12, 4:30-5:30pm at the Becker Library.