From a single rented building with five faculty members and no hospital, the Yale University School of Medicine has grown to become a world-famous center for teaching, research, and clinical practice. This Bicentennial exhibit focuses on the history of the Medical School and its teaching mission over the past 200 years.
View the exhibit on your own or come and join us for a tour on Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 12 noon with Toby Appel
Curated by Toby A. Appel, former John R. Bumstead Librarian for Medical History
On View until September 11, 2011