Video Series: Bicentennial Voices

To celebrate its first 200 years, Yale School of Medicine has produced a series of short videos focusing on pivotal events and personalities in the school's history.

Crossing the Color and Gender Divide

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Beatrix McCleary Hamburg was the first African American women to attend Yale School of Medicine. After graduation in 1948 and training in child psychiatry, her research and clinical practice focused on behavioral and developmental issues among adolescents, especially minority children. She was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 1979 and is the mother of the current commissioner of the Food & Drug Administration, Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D.

Bicentennial Voices: Second Year Show

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The Second Year Show is a beloved tradition at the Yale School of Medicine, a chance for students to—lovingly—poke fun at the faculty. Class of 2013's Charisse Mandimika talks about the latest incarnation of the show.

Medicine in Shakespeare's London: A portrait of the era from Yale's Medical Historical Library

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Medicine in Shakespeare's London: A portrait of the era from Yale's Medical Historical Library