The Morris Dillard Lecture
Presented by the Program for Humanities in Medicine and the Section for the History of Medicine
November 30, 2022
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
This discussion will be held as a hybrid meeting.
There are 2 locations: online via Zoom or in-person:
The Anylan Center Auditorium, N107, 300 Cedar St, New Haven
Closed-captioning & American Sign Language interpreters will be available on Zoom.
Registration Link: https://yale.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aoyFPEIdQ1eTX_RLRFYjBA
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- March 08, 2022Source: Working Women's Network
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- September 28, 2021Source: CBC.CA
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- September 20, 2021
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