HMED Previous Lectures

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Driven to Discover: The History of Minnesota’s Medical Innovations Lecture Series Presents "Two Reflections on Alzheimer’s Disease"
Dr. Karen Ashe and Dr. Marvin Lofquist, - University of Minnesota
“Japan and the Wider World from a Perspective of Public Health: The Imperial Japanese Army, the Siberian Intervention and the Commission Sanitaire des Pays Alliés”
Sumiko Otsubo, Department of History - Metropolitan State University
"The Search for an Understanding of Heart Disease"
"An Indescribable Level of Degradation?: Pre-Nightingale English Nursing Re-examined"
Geoffrey Hudson, History of Medicine - Northern Ontario School of Medicine
"Recipes, Medical Learning, and Authority in Italian Manuscript Medical Communities of the Long 16th Century"
Emily Beck, History of Medicine - University of Minnesota
Special screening: Two short documentary films
"Organ Transplantation: Historical Perspectives on the Buying and Selling of Human Organs" and "The Argument in Favor of a Regulated System of Incentives for Living Kidney Donation"
“The Centro Studi Camporesi, Centro Studi Medical Humanities, and the role of Medical Humanities in Medical Teaching at the University of Bologna”
"Counting Coal Smoke's Costs: Environmental Demography in Early Modern London, 1500-1750"
Will Cavert, Department of History - University of St. Thomas
Driven to Discover: The History of Minnesota’s Medical Innovations Lecture Series Presents "A Journey Into Social Medicine"

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