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Exhibits and lectures

Upcoming events

Please join us virtually on Thursday, November 5, 2020 from 5:00 p.m-7:00 p.m. for the Del Maestro Family Medical Students' Humanities and Social Sciences Symposium. The symposium will feature presentations by participants in the 2020 Pam and Rolando Del Maestro Family William Osler Medical Student Essay Awards, starting with this year's three finalists. Faculty, students and friends are all welcome to attend and show their support for this year's presenters.

The symposium will kick-off at 5pm and will contain two parts:

Part I: Papers by finalists

Minahil Khan, "Colourful Innovations in Neuropathology: Robert Hooper and the Shift in Portrayal of the Morbid Brain in the Nineteenth Century."

Cassandra Poirier, "The Path of the Wounded Healer: Revisiting the Study of Shamanism Through a Phenomenological Approach."

Saman Arfaie, "Exploring the Relationship Between Robert Schumann's Bipolar Disorder and His Creative Musical Genius."


Part II: Presentations

Jenny Jing, “A Need to Renegotiate Physicians’ Social Contract in Sports Medicine.”

Kayleigh Beaveridge, “Syphilis to Autism, How the Anti-Vaccination Movement of Today is an Echo of the Past.”

Kacper Niburski, “The Principles and Practice of Death: The Oslerian Conflicted Conception of Dying.”

Britta Gustavson, “Re-embodying Medicine: William Carlos Williams and the Ethics of Attention.”

Matthew J. Schulz, “Neuroanesthesia and Neurosurgery’s Symbiotic Development.”

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Past exhibitions and presentations

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