After two centuries of shared history, the School of Medicine and the city of New Haven continue to shape each other.
Clements Collard Fry slowly amassed an astonishing collection of prints and drawings that he bequeathed to the university after his death
A history of substance use throughout the ages.
A life-size “lift-the-flap” model of the human form joins the medical library’s collection.
A “noble charity” for New Haven, indispensable to the medical school
An exhibit at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library traces the evolution of Charles Darwin’s theory.
Together, Peter Parker and Lam Qua produced an enduring record of medical care in China in the 1800s.
Grave robbing wasn’t something a Yale man did in the early 19th century—unless he was in medical school.
An exhibit prepared for Yale's Tercentennial explores the landscape of New Haven medicine from 1701-1901.
An exhibit at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library throws light on a pivotal period for American hospitals and New Haven’s history.