During the April 11 Richard B. Davis, M.D., Ph.D., History of Medicine Lecture at UNMC, explore how charity patients became teaching objects and how seven major London hospitals evolved to become medical schools.
Susan Lawrence, Ph.D., associate professor of history at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will discuss these and other topics during the lecture.
When: 4 p.m.
Where: Mary Ann “Maisie” Paustian Amphitheater, Room 3001 in the Sorrell Center. A reception will follow in the Linder Reading Room, also in the Sorrell Center.
What: The lecture is sponsored by the McGoogan Library of Medicine and supported through an endowed fund created in 2008 by the late Dr. Davis, professor emeritus of internal medicine at UNMC, and his wife, Jean.
Dr. Davis created the lectureship to illustrate the impact of key scientific findings and to support special collections at the McGoogan Library, including works on the history of medicine.
Who: Dr. Lawrence is coordinator of the Humanities in Medicine Program, which offers an interdisciplinary minor to undergraduates interested in health care in its social context.
Welcome CGEA participants to the UNMC campus. The McGoogan Library of Medicine invites you to visit during your time on campus. The library is located in the 6th-8th floors of Wittson Hall, which is across the street from the Sorrell Center.
Take a 20-minute tour led by one of our staff or explore the library on your own.
Use public access computers on the 6th floor (printing fees are .05/page)
March 18: Tour the library on your own, 2:30-4pm
March 18: Join a 20-min hosted tour before the poster session, 4-5pm
March 19: Join a 20-min hosted tour before lunch, 10am-Noon
Holiday mugs – you can’t beat them for a quick and easy gift – or even better, a gift for yourself! They are wrapped and ready to give, complete with hot cocoa mix, a colorful candy cane, and tasty biscotti. Yours only for a donation to the Fontenelle Elementary School library fund. Pick out your favorite mug designs at the booth inside the Nebraska Cafe exit on December 7th, from 11am-1pm. Treat your co-workers, boss, friends, children’s teachers, and family to these special mugs. They are sure to take the chill out of the holidays! This very popular mug fundraiser is held each year by a team of McGoogan Library of Medicine elves. All funds raised go to purchase new books for the children at the Fontenelle Elementary School.