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2005 History of Medicine Presentations

To view a list of upcoming presentations, go to our History of Medicine Presentations page.

Spring 2005

Medical Eponyms

Group Presentation
January 18, 2005
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Intensely Human: The Health of Black Soldiers in the American Civil War

Margaret Humphreys, M.D., Ph.D., Josiah Charles Trent Associate Professor of Medical Humanities, Duke University; Burkhardt Fellow, National Humanities Center
February 8, 2005
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The Historical Art of Robert Thom: Introducing History into a Pathology Course

Dr. Paul Strausbauch (Professor of Pathology)
February 15, 2005
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From Bailey to Brody: Finding a Niche for the Country Doctor Museum

Anne Anderson (Country Doctor Museum)
March 15, 2005
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John Locke: Physician, Philosopher – and Carolina Constitutionalist

David Shephard, M.B., FRCPC
April 19, 2005
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Fall 2005

Some Historical Examples of Medical Self-Experimentation

Dr. Paul Strausbauch (Professor of Pathology)
August 16, 2005
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The Deaths of Three American Presidents

Walter J. Pories, MD (Professor of Surgery)
September 20, 2005
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Walking in Beauty, Living in Balance: A Navajo Philosophy of Healing

Lori A. Alvord, MD (Associate Dean of Student and Multicultural Affairs, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School)
September 22, 2005
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Highlights and Lowlights in the History of Psychiatry

J. Frank James, MD (Professor of Psychiatry)
October 18, 2005
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That Painful and Lingering Disorder: An 18th Century View of Cancer

Sharon Cotner (Curator, Pasteur & Galt Apothecary, Colonial Williamsburg)
October 28, 2005
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The Mystery of "The Four Seasons": A Unique 17th Century Flap Anatomy

Suzanne Porter (Curator, History of Medicine Collections, Medical Center Library, Duke University)
November 10, 2005
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John Hunter: Father of Scientific Surgery

W. Randolph Chitwood, MD (Associate Vice Chancellor, Health Sciences)
December 14, 2005
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