Posts Tagged: Seminars

Medical Theory Influencing the Work of William Shakespeare

The Exhibit Shakespeare created some of the most memorable characters in literature.  His understanding of human nature and personality was influenced by humorism, an ancient medical theory about how bodily fluids determined a person’s physical and mental health, as well as personality.  The National Library of Medicine’s exhibit, “And there’s the humor of it”: Shakespeare…

Woodruff Health Sciences Library hosts “From DNA to Beer” Exhibit and Event

Recently, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library exhibited “From DNA to Beer,” an exhibit by the National Library of Medicine.  The exhibit explored how bacteria, yeasts, and molds can cause sickness and restore health, and it highlighted how scientists have harnessed these microbes to manufacture both new medicines and potent potables.  On February 23, the Health…

DataMed Seminar- Second Seminar in Series on Scientific Publishing

The second seminar presentation in a scientific publishing series co-hosted by the WHSC Library and the Scholarly Communications Office, will be held Thursday, February 23rd at 11am till noon.  No RSVP is required; refreshments will be served. Additional Seminars in the series: Publishing: Perspective of An Editor and an Author held Friday, February 3, 2017 Speaker Nadine…

Seminar Series on Scientific Publishing

The first seminar presentation in a scientific publishing series co-hosted by the WHSC Library, the Scholarly Communications Office, and the Department of Medicine will be held this Friday, February 3rd at 12 noon.  No RSVP is required; pizza and drinks will be served. Additional Seminars in the series are as follows: Friday, February 3, 2017 at…