Monday, March 10, 2014
Congratulations to the six Schulich Medicine students who have been selected to present papers at the History of Medicine Colloquium on March 25. Be sure to attend the event and show your support!
James Ahlin, Meds 2016 - "From Vapours to Variola: An Early Treatise on Smallpox in the Context of our Modern Understanding of Viruses"
Samuel Chen, Meds 2014 - "Sir James Cantlie and Dr. Sun Yat-sen: How the Father of Liver Surgery Saved the Father of Modern China"
Kevin Dueck, Meds 2016 - "Dominique Jean Larrey and the Treatment of Fractures: From Amputation to Casting"
Zoe Kichler, Meds 2015 - "The Untold Story of the Male Oral Contraceptive Pill"
Daniel Liu, Meds 2017 - "The Osler Society at Western University: A Century of Enhancing Medical Education"
Hannah MacKenzie, Meds 2016 - "Body Connections from Vesalius' Fabrica to Bodyworlds: The Importance of Context in Anatomical Knowledge Transfer"
History of Medicine Colloquium 2014
Student Perspectives: Embracing the Past
Date: Tuesday, March 25
Time: 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Location: Medical Sciences Building, Rm. 148 (videoconferenced to Windsor MEB 2102)
At this colloquium, the students will each deliver short presentations (about 10 minutes) on an aspect of the history of medicine and health care. A brief Q&A period will follow each presentation, and prizes will be awarded. The event is open to all medical students, clinicians, faculty and staff within the university community.