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"Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it."
- George Santayana

Houston History of Medicine Society

The Houston History of Medicine Society is open to all interested individuals. Nothing is required to join except to attend the lectures and if desired, the annual banquet at La Colombe d'Or restaurant. Lunch is available to the first 75 attendees.

Statue of Aesculapius

Aesculapius

Background

The Society was formed in 1986 as the Baylor History of Medicine Society and in 2008 changed its name to the Houston History of Medicine Society, jointly sponsored by Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Texas in an effort to appeal to a wider audience from the Texas Medical Center and the Houston community. In 2010 the HAM-TMC Library joined as a third co-sponsor.

Lectures

Lectures are held at noon the first Wednesday of the month from September through May in the Onstead Auditorium. For more information, see schedule of speakers, abstracts of talks, and directions.

Everyone is invited and lunch is provided (if you arrive early).

Join Our Mailing List

To be placed on the monthly mailing list for reminders, please contact Roger J. Zoorob, M.D., M.P.H.

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