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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.
Stanley Misler, MD, PhD

43rd Historia Medica - Stanley Misler, MD, PhD

Dr. Misler’s lecture will highlight Paul E. Lacy (1924-2005), former head of the Washington University’s Department of Pathology, and his groundbreaking research of endocrine cells in the pancreas that led to the discovery and success of islet transplants...
Atlas des peripherischen Nervensystems des menschlichen Körpers by Rüdinger.

42nd Historia Medica lecture - Susan E. Mackinnon, MD

Dr. Susan Mackinnon, Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Washington University School of Medicine, will present the 42nd Historia Medica Lecture on Thursday, December 4th. 
Let Me Heal by Ken Ludmerer, MD

41st Historia Medica Lecture - Kenneth Ludmerer, MD

Dr. Ken Ludmerer, Professor of History and Professor of Medicine at Washington University, will present the 41st Historia Medica Lecture. 
Michael Marmor, MD

40th Historia Medica Lecture - Vision and History: Looking Through an Artist’s Eyes

Speaker:  Michael Marmor, MD Lecture Title: “Vision and History: Looking Through an Artist’s Eyes”
Gar Allen, PhD

39th Historia Medica Lecture - Gar Allen

Dr. Gar Allen, Professor of Biology at Washington University, will present the 39th Historia Medica Lecture.  His presentation will focus on Eugenics Movement in the early decades of the twentieth century, which developed rapidly after the rediscovery of Mendel’s work in 1900.
Paul A. Cibis, MD

Historia Medica Lecture on Paul A. Cibis, MD

Dr. Cibis made his initial reputation in Germany with important basic research in the physiology of the eye and vision.  He began his ophthalmologic career in Germany when was appointed to the faculty at the University of Heidelberg as a research and clinical assistant in the eye department. 

Early Blood Transfusion

Holly Tucker, Ph.D. will be the guest speaker for the 37th Historia Medica lecture that will take place at the King Center in the Bernard Becker Medical Library on Thursday, March 27.  Her presentation, “Early Blood Transfusion: Science, Society, and Lessons from the Past for the Medical Future” begins at 4:30 p.m. and will be followed by a brief reception.