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What's In A Title Page?

Do you pay any attention to the title pages in your books, or do you just skip past them to get to the text?  Most of today’s books have the title and author printed right on the cover o

Nova acta physico-medica Academiae caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae naturae curiosorum

This fascinating 18th century natural history journal is in the Rare Medical Periodicals Collection of the Bernard Becker Medical Library (7).  This journal was published by the oldest nationa
The cover of the December 1953 issue of the Jewish Hospital publication '216'

Barnes Hospital and Jewish Hospital Publications Added to Digital Commons

Nearly 700 issues of publications distributed by Barnes and Jewish hospitals have been added to the Digital Commons @ Becker.
Galen

Two books by Galen published in 1528 and 1536

  Recently I cataloged two pocket size books 16th century books by Galen. The earlier imprint is on the dissection of the veins, arteries, and nerves (1528 ) and the later imprint by Galen is on palpitation, tremor, spasm and convulsions (1536...
St. Louis Globe-Democrat article on the Jewish Hospital hepatitis outbreak, 1962

A Hospital ‘Whodunit’: The Hepatitis Outbreak of 1962 at The Jewish Hospital of St. Louis

In 1962, a hepatitis outbreak strikes staff members at Jewish Hospital of St. Louis. Somewhere within the city is the source of the infection, likely contaminated food or water – but where? Learn how investigators tracked the source of the outbreak in what writers of the time called a hospital ‘whodunit.’
Clinics Building detail

A Foundation for the Next Century

Washington University began offering medical education it 1891.  For twenty-four years, the medical school was located in downtown St. Louis.  In the spring of 1915, faculty, staff, and students moved into the newly constructed North,...

The Impact of Leo Loeb and the new guide to the Leo Loeb Papers at the Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of Medicine.

Leo Loeb (1869-1959) was a pioneer in transplantation research beginning with his thesis required for an M.D. at the University of Zurich awarded in 1897. For his thesis, Loeb conducted skin cell transplantation using guinea pigs and he continued transplantation research until 1941.

New Acquisition for the McKellops Collection

The Becker Medical Library has recently acquired a copy of Niccoló Leonico Tomeo’s Opuscula nuper in lucem aedita quorum nomina proxima habentur pagella, published in 1525 in Venice.