AUA Summit - 2019 History Exhibit: Get Curious Get History through Medical Museums

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2019 History Exhibit: Get Curious Get History through Medical Museums

2019 History Exhibit: Get Curious Get History through Medical Museums

If you know medical history, you know that some things do last and bear witness to the healers we once were (think Ebers Papyrus, the sphygmograph, patent electric-medical machines).

Medical museums preserve those artifacts that reflect the humans who devised them and the society in which they existed; museums make that information accessible to curious seekers who want to understand the big picture, to become the best physicians, writers, thinkers, and even HUMANS that they can be. Be the best.

You won’t want to miss these exclusive events:

  • PLAY and WIN – daily games of Lies, Damned Lies and Medical History!
  • Explore YOUR William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History through our exclusive VIRTURAL REALITY experience.
  • Stop by for DAILY TALKS by renowned historians from the Didusch Center, Wood Library Museum and the International Museum of Surgical Science.
  • Pick up a quirky gift at the museum store. NEW ITEMS: wine condoms, penis-shaped soap, note cards and much more!

Get Curious. Get History. Visit Medical Museums, AUA History Booth #3608 in the Science and Technology Hall.

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2019 History Exhibit Schedule

Get Curious Get History through Medical Museums
AUA/William P. Didusch Center Booth Talks
Hall D, Booth #3608

Friday, May 3

10:30 a.m.

History of Histories: Medical Museums
Michael Moran, MD

11 a.m.

Game: Lies, Damn Lies and Medical History

Noon

History and Highlights of the International Museum of Surgical Science Collection
Michelle Rinard
International Museum of Surgical Science

1 – 5 p.m.

History Forum: W 181AB McCormick Place

Saturday, May 4

10 a.m.

DGU Museum and Artifacts
Friedrich Moll, MD

11 a.m.

The Permanent History of Urology Collection of the European Association of Urology (EAU)
Philip Van Kerrebroek, MD

Noon

Who the Hell is Labat and WHY Does He Matter to ME?
Judith Robins
Wood Library-Museum

1 p.m.

Game: Lies, Damn Lies and Medical History

3 p.m.

Many Faces of the AUA Exhibits
Sutchin Patel, MD

4 p.m.

The History of Urine
John Asplin, MD

5 p.m.

Game: Lies, Damn Lies and Medical History

Sunday, May 5

10 a.m.

The Ancestry DNA Of The AUA's Youngest Section, The Northeastern
Ron Rabinowitz, MD

11 a.m.

How I Built a Small 'Museum' of Medical Artifacts
Erwin Rugendorff, MD

Noon

Game: Lies, Damn Lies and Medical History

2 p.m.

The Future of the Past
Michael Moran, MD

3 p.m.

Game: Lies, Damn Lies and Medical History