This Friday, check out the series of oral interviews done for the history of the Tulane University Department of Psychiatry and Neurology!
From the Eva Walden Scrapbook (undated).
On Tues., Aug. 22, from 6-7 p.m., the National Museum of Health and Medicine will host a presentation by Prof. Robin Cookie, an Australian pathologist, who has reviewed preserved lung specimens from casualties of gas poisoning during World War I. Prof. Cooke will talk about how microscopic examination of 100-year-old lung tissue may help inform today’s military medical researchers prepare to treat chemical warfare casualties in the future. Free. Open to the public.
Web link to more info: http://www.medicalmuseum.mil/index.cfm?p=media.events.2017.08222017
Or call (301) 319-3349 or email USArmy.Detrick.MEDCOM-USAMRMC.List.Medical-Museum@mail.mil.
From John Gordon’s Engravings of the skeleton of the human body (1818).