Student Medical History Club
The Waring Library Society sponsors the Student Medical History Club to promote interest in the history of the health sciences among students in all health-related disciplines of the University. During the academic year, the group meets each month for lunch and to hear an informal lecture on some topic in the history of medicine. Reservations for lunch are required. Contact: Susan Hoffius, Waring Historical Library, 792-2288.
To join the Student Medical History Club/MUSC Facebook page and receive regular invitations to events, please visit: the Waring Historical Library on Facebook
The next Student Medical History Club meeting will be Wednesday, February 18th at noon. Dr. John Vena will present his talk "Early Public Health in America: The Story of Austin Flint, MD." Reservations are required.
The meetings for November through April will take place in the Colbert Library (main MUSC library), first floor room EL 102.
|Sept. 10, 2014||The History of the Medical University of South Carolina||Ms. Susan Hoffius|
|October 8, 2014||Student Discoveries||Dr. Stephen I. Schabel|
|November 12, 2014||Pathologies in Pre-Columbian Art||Dr. Carlos Salinas|
|December 3, 2014||Schizophrenia, Colectomy and Surgical Hubris: The Tragic Misadventures of Bayard Holmes and Henry Cotton||Dr. Jonathan Davidson|
|January 14, 2015||The Rise and Fall of Bloodletting||Dr. Charles S. Bryan|
|February 18, 2015||Early Public Health in America: The Story of Austin Flint, MD||Dr. John Vena|
|March 18, 2015||Dr. John Shaw Billings- the Enigmatic Bibliophile of the Army Medical Department||Dr. Theresa Gonzales|
|April 1, 2015||G.W. Aimar & Co.: 125 Years of Pharmaceutical History in Charleston, SC||Dr. Greg Brownlee|