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Medical Breakthroughs of 2016
HSL, First Floorl, Reference Consultation Area, February 2016-
There have been a number of advances in medicine recently. Some may take years or decades to come into practice, however some are being implemented now or in the near future. Medical Breakthroughs of 2016 describes six of the most impactful developments in medical technology and policy that have been realized over the past year.
View the full size Medical Breakthroughs of 2016 pdf.
Curated by Stephanie Barrett
To Read is To Fly
HSL, Lower Level, wall case opposite History of medicine
The images displayed here belong to Steve McCurry and can be found on his blog (https://stevemccurry.wordpress.com) under the “To Read is to Fly” project. This project combined photos of very different people from across the globe all enjoying a similar moment of reading.
Steve McCurry is an editorial photographer perhaps best known for the very famous photo “Afghan Girl” which was first published on the cover of National Geographic in June 1985. He is considered one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photographer for the past 30 years.
McCurry, S. (2012-2015) Biography. Retrieved from http://stevemccurry.com/biography
McCurry, S. (2014, April 24) To read is to fly. Retrieved from https://stevemccurry.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/to-read-is-to-fly/
Curated by Erin Keenan
Austin Flint and Charles Abbott - Lives and Legacies
HSL 2nd Floor, just outside the Main Reading Room, October 2016-
Dr. Austin Flint and Charles Abbott - two signature names associated with the Health Sciences Library.
Dr. Flint's name graces our beautiful Reading Room on the 2nd floor, and Abbott Hall is named for Charles Abbott, who was the first librarian for the original Lockwood Library after its construction in the 1930s. As you enter the Reading Room, the case on the right features information about Dr. Flint, and the case on the left about Charles Abbott - who they were, some of their publications, and other interesting artifacts.
Curated by Linda Lohr, Curator, History of Medicine, HSL