Join the Medical History Society of New Jersey for its fall meeting. The meeting will highlight the following four papers:
"250 years of the Medical Society of New Jersey, 1766 To 2016" (Lawrence Downs, Esq., CEO Medical Society of New Jersey)
"How “America’s Doctor,” Got Fired" (Peter Carmel, M.D., AMA Past President, 2011–2012)
"The Polio Epidemic in Newark, 1916" (Sandra Moss, M.D., MHSNJ Program Committee Co-Chair)
"Whitewash - The Sloan-Kettering’s Cancer Experiments at the Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital, 1964" (Lisa Goldman, Esq., Doctor of Medical Humanities program, Drew University)
The meeting will also feature the 4th annual Donald F. Kent Memorial Lecture, "Clinical Neurology, Evolution, and Victorian Brain Science: An Introduction to John Hughlings Jackson: by Samuel H. Greenblatt, M.D., M.A.(History of Medicine), and Professor Emeritus of Neurosurgery, Brown University (author of a forthcoming biography of John Hughlings Jackson).
There will be adinner and meeting fee depending on membership and/or affiliation with the Society; please visit the meeting’s website for more details and to register.