History of Medicine—Corner Society
The George Washington Corner Society, named after the University of Rochester's first professor of anatomy, is a group of physicians, students and other participants interested in the history of medicine. The group meets 5-6 evenings each year; each event begins with a social hour followed by lecture on an historical subject.
Reader's Theatre Group
Students, residents, faculty and actors from the local community meet on occasion to rehearse and perform short reader's theatre plays at the medical center and in the community. Contact: Stephanie Brown Clark, phone: (585) 275-5800.
Interdisciplinary Clinical Ethics Noon Conferences
Under the Knife Near the End of Life: Contradiction or Congruity
Presented by Carolyn E. Jones, M.D., Associate Professor, Surgery (Thoracic)
Wed, April 1, 2015, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Room K-207 (2-6408)
Medical Humanities and Bioethics Noon Conferences
No noon conference in April.