History of Medicine Archived Presentations
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Plummer of the Mayo Clinic: A Reason for Its Success
W. Chadwick Wood, M.D., Col. USAFR (Ret.), Clinical Prof., East Carolina Heart Institute
Galen's Place in the History of Medicine
Anthony Papalas, Ph.D., Professor, History (retired)
Yellow Jack Arrives in Wilmington: The Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1862
David E. Rice, MPH, MA, Health Director at New Hanover County Health Dept., Wilmington, N.C., E. Daniel Shingleton, MSW, ECU Social Work (ret.), and Eric Kozen, Superintendent, Oakdale Cemetery, Wilmington, N.C.
Max Brödel - Medical Illustrator: Leipzig to Baltimore, Making Early Surgeons Famous
W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr., MD, FACS, FRCS (Eng), Senior Assoc. VC, Director, East Carolina Heart Institute
Edward Hartley Angle, MD, DDS: Disassociation from Dental Education and Dental Medicine
Van Wallace Mc Carlie, Jr., MA, DMD, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor, School of Dental Medicine, East Carolina University
The Swedish Swine-flu Pandemic, Mass-Vaccination and the Power of Narratives
Britta Lundgren, PhD, Professor of Ethnology and former Dean of Faculty of Arts, Umeå University, Sweden
Truth, Objectivity, and Doubt in Late 19th Century U.S. Neurological Discourse Regarding Phantom Limb Pain
Daniel Goldberg, JD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Bioethics & Interdisciplinary Studies at East Carolina University