Bernard Goldstein, professor and dean emeritus of University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, will speak on “How John Snow’s Understanding of Inhalation Toxicology led to his Seminal Involvement in Epidemiology and Anesthesiology.”
Held in Scaife Hall's 4th-floor lecture hall, this talk is one of five historical lectures and discussions presented this year by the C. F. Reynolds Medical History Society and co-sponsored by the Health Sciences Library System. A dinner for members and their guests will follow in the 11th-floor conference center. The lectures are open to the public, however, the dinner is for the society members and their guests only. .
For questions on the society and its programming, contact the society’s secretary/treasurer, Dr. Jonathon Erlen at 412-648-8927 or email@example.com.