Free Lecture Series
The museum hosts evening lectures every month but July and August, typically on the second Tuesday. The lecture series offers talks and discussions about a wide variety of subject matter, including medical history, the intersection of medicine and the humanities, and cutting-edge research, often presented by MGH experts.
The Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital invites you to attend its next evening lecture.
“From Wood to Chips: 200 Years of Stethoscoping and Ultrasounding” will be presented by Thomas Heyne, MD, MGH Departments of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, on Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 6 to 8 pm in the museum’s third floor Putnam Gallery.
Simulation at the Museum
Join us to learn how realistic simulators are transforming training in the health professions. In these hands-on demonstrations by the MGH Learning Laboratory, you will get the chance either to take the vital signs of a full, lifelike human mannequin, or to locate and retrieve tiny objects from inside a knee model, using surgical instruments and a tiny camera.
Look for dates in the coming months.
No registration is required. Each session begins at noon and runs until 1:30 pm. Please arrive by 12:15 pm to be able to participate in this immersive program.
Learn about Mass General’s more than 200 years of history and its modern-day innovation in a one-hour walking tour that includes the Ether Dome, the Russell Museum, and a few points in between. Tours are offered to the public and employees twice a month.
The next tours are:
Monday, November 4 from 10:30 to 11:30 am
Monday, November 25 from 1 to 2 pm
Space is limited to 12 people. To register, go to mghrussellmuseum.eventbrite.com.
Tour participants meet in front of the exhibit case at the lobby intersection of the White and Lunder Buildings.
For tours with groups of 10 or more, see detailed information here.
To sign up to receive information about the lectures and other museum programming, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.