The Daily Dose Presents: The National Library of Medicine

Welcome back to the Daily Dose! A few weeks ago, we featured the National Library of Medicine on the Dose.  The NLM itself is the world’s largest biomedical library with a collection of over twelve million books, journals, manuscripts, audiovisuals, and other forms of medical During the past three decades, the NLM has come to …

The Daily Dose Presents: The New York Academy of Medicine

Welcome back to the Daily Dose! In the past few months, we have been featuring a series of libraries and museums, all of which utilize digital platforms for outreach. These archivists, librarians, and curators–keepers of the historically significant–will be joining us to talk about the role of narrative and image in the first upcoming roundtable. …

The Daily Dose Present: Robert L. Brown History of the Health Sciences Collection

Welcome back to the Daily Dose! Recently, I have been presenting a series on digital collections–the pubic outreach of museums and libraries in this, our digital age. Today, I am happy to present the Robert L. Brown History of the Health Sciences Collection! _________________________ Linda Lohr has had the great pleasure and privilege of being …

The Daily Dose Presents: NYAM Festival featuring Morbid Anatomy

New on the Daily Dose! A Press Release from NYAM! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                                                     NYAM’s Center for the History of Medicine and Public Health Launches New Festival on Saturday, October 5 Dr. Oliver Sacks and a rarely screened WW II Naval training film on combat fatigue starring Gene Kelly to headline free all-day …