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The Hideyo Noguchi Lectures 

 

In 1929 Dr. Emanuel Libman donated funding for a lectureship in the History of Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He requested that the lectureship be named in honor of Hideyo Noguchi.

Michael Bliss of the University of Toronto delivered the following lectures in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of William Osler’s birth, the seventieth anniversary of the Noguchi Lectureship, and the seventieth anniversary of the Institute of the History of Medicine. Professor Bliss recently published William Osler: A Life in Medicine (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999).


We all Worshipped Him:
Medical Students and Women at Johns Hopkins

13 October 1999

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School of Medicine
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14 October 1999

What’s a Doctor?
How William Osler Practiced Medicine


The Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine

For further information contact the
Institute of the History of Medicine.

(410) 955-3178

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