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The NYAM Section on Anesthesiology is pleased to present the 2014 Anesthesiology Residents’ Night on September 30th. Attend this event for an opportunity to join clinicians and researchers from Anesthesiology programs in the tri-state area to hear top residents present their clinical and scientific papers representing original research.
This lecture explores the widespread sense that American medicine was suffering from an “image crisis” in the decades from 1945 to 1965. Focusing on commentaries about the demise of “good old doc,” speaker Nancy Tomes looks at how that perception reflected broader postwar debates over political authority, personal service, and the status anxieties of the middle class male.
The hand as an expression of the mind and personality is second only to the face in the tradition of dissection and illustration that flourished in the Renaissance and continues to inform both art and science. This workshop will offer the opportunity to explore the human hand and its anatomy, which will be demonstrated with at least three dissections.
Anatomical investigation during the Renaissance was driven by artists and anatomists passionate about unlocking the mysteries of the human body. The inner workings of the human form were vividly described and represented in anatomical illustrations of startling power. Leonardo da Vinci’s notebooks were among the most magnificent, merging scientific investigation and beautifully observed drawing.
Working with NYAM’s conservation team, celebrate Vesalius’s life with a hands-on workshop producing your own articulated anatomical figures in the Gladys Brooks Book & Paper Conservation Lab.
Our second-annual Festival of Medical History and the Arts celebrates the 500th birthday of anatomist and humanist Andreas Vesalius. Join us to celebrate his legacy in a day-long event with three floors of programming from 11am to 6:30pm.
Working with our conservation team, celebrate Vesalius’s life with a hands-on workshop producing your own “exquisite corpse” in the Gladys Brooks Book & Paper Conservation Lab.
Join us for the 2014 Edward N. Gibbs Lecture & Award in Nephrology. The 2014 Awardee, Fredric L. Coe, MD, Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago, will present "Pathogenesis and Treatment of Idiopathic Hypercalciuria and Calcium Nephrolithiasis."
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