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An Incunabulum at the Becker Library

One of the treasures in the library’s rare book collection is a 1497 copy of Niccolò Leoniceno’s Libellus de Epidemia.  Leoniceno (1424-1524) was a professor of medicine at the University of Ferrara, and is probably most well-known for his attacks on the classical author Pliny.

Thanks all for a successful display

Archives and Rare Books held its annual display of anatomical atlases last week, and we had a good turnout from students, library staff, and other medical campus employees.

The Zombie Apocalypse Will Begin With Good Intentions

Every once in a while you can find something strange in the rare book collections.  This little gem is from The Art of Distillation, or, A Treatise of the Choicest Spagiricall Preparations Performed by Way of Distillation, which was published in London in 1653.

October Oddities – Frederick Ruysch

Some of the most fanciful and bizarre anatomical illustrations in all of the Becker’s collections come from the works of Frederick Ruysch.  Ruysch (1638-1731) was born in The Hague, the Netherlands, and spent the first part of his professional career working as an apothecary.  He went on to earn his medical degree from the University of Leiden in 1664, then opened his own medical practice in The Hague.

New Acquisition: Bartolomeo Eustachi's 'Le Libellus de Dentibus'

The Becker Medical Library recently acquired an extremely rare first edition of Bartolomeo Eustachi’s Le Libellus de Dentibus.

Exhibit "In the Next Room: Medical Treatment of Women with 'Hysteria'" at Becker Medical Library

Although not a diagnosis that would be handed out today, hysteria was once seen as a legitimate disorder, particularly in women.  From antiquity until the first part of the 20th cen