The Dittrick Medical History Center welcomes the public, as well as the university community. A museum, archive, and collection of rare books, artifacts, and images, the Dittrick embraces the experience of individuals and society as they grappled with changing conceptions of health and medicine. Every artifact opens a door to unique stories, about patients, healers, and community. Read more about the museum and all that we have to offer here. Come learn about how medicine became modern!
Date posted: May 23rd, 2017
Cleveland’s Lakeside Unit, led by Dr. George W. Crile, arrived in Rouen, France on May 22, 1917, the first US medical unit to serve upon US entry in World War I. …Read more.
Date posted: May 22nd, 2017
The Symposium will mark the official Grand Opening of the How Medicine Became Modern digital exhibition wall, a touch-screen interactive that previews the collection through stories and images. …Read more.