Curious History exhibit displayed at AUA2019
If you know medical history, you know that some things do last and bear witness to the healers we once were (think Ebers Papyrus, the sphygmograph, patent electric-medical machines). Medical museums preserve those artifacts that reflect the humans who devised them and the society in which they existed; museums make that information accessible to curious seekers who want to understand the big picture, to become the best physicians, writers, thinkers, and even HUMANS that they can be. Be the best.
Inaugural year of the Friends of the Museum campaign.
The William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History Mission/Vision is preserving, documenting and presenting the history of urology and the American Urological Association. There are more stories to tell, exhibits to update, questions to research, and artifacts to preserve and collect for this museum to evolve as urology evolves.