Exercitatio Anatomica de Motu Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus by William Harvey is known as the first book to correctly describe the human circulatory system. Not having a medical background, this tidbit of medical history trivia was foreign to me until several months ago when I discovered an edit
Welcome to our first member highlight!
My hope is that highlighting our members will help to strengthen our relationships as a section. We see each other so little--many of us not at all, so we need to find ways to get to know one another. Please enjoy reading about our member Rob Cagna!
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Greetings from the Chair:
Welcome to the new History of the Health Sciences blog, “The Incipit”. At the HHSS business meeting in May, we decided to move from our section newsletter, also named “The Incipit”, to a blog. Our hope is to write more frequently and informally. We will continue to use
In May 2016, the MLA Board of Directors established a new MLA strategic goal on communities (sections and SIGs) to increase their relevance and empower MLA members at the grassroots level.
Over the past year, the MLA has taken a few steps to strengthen the role and value of sections, by creating an environment that sets sections up for success