Darin L. Wolfe, MD
Saturday, September 30th 12pm to 12am
Join us with Indiana Humanities to kick off their series One State/One Story: Frankenstein with a 12-hour read-a-thon of Frankenstein at the nation's oldest pathology lab--The Indian Medical History Museum.
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Sunday, October 22nd 2 to 4:30pm
Visit with fantastic creatures during a live animal show and explore the magic of science through hands-on experiments! Parents and children are encouraged to dress up in their favorite wizardly attire! Recommended for grades 3-6. Advanced registration required. Click here to register.
Wednesday, November 1st 5:30pm
Fall Installment of the Forensic Science Lecture Series
THIS LECTURE IS SOLD OUT.
Presented by Darin L. Wolfe, MD. In his talk, Dr. Wolfe will cover the surprising history of death investigation with the dawn of humanity and finishing with a look into the future of one of history's oldest medical procedures: the autopsy.
Dr. Darin L. Wolfe is a forensic pathologist based out of Bloomington, IN. He is the owner of Indiana Forensic & Surgical Pathology, LLC, through which he performs forensic and medical autopsies all over the state of Indiana. His article To See For One's Self, a review on the national decline of autopsies, won a Brooks-Sydney Award from the New York Times.
The Forensic Science Lecture Series (FSLS), sponsored jointly by the Indiana Medical History Museum and the University of Indianapolis Archeology & Forensics Laboratory, was established in 2004 to help educate the public in the forensic sciences and related fields and to spotlight the fascinating stories scientists have to tell.
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The Pless Memorial Lecture for Central State Circle
Details to come! Check back soon.
Sunday, December 3rd 2pm
Glenn B. Mather Memorial Lecture and Annual Members Meeting
Presented by Dt. Clay W. Stuckey
Free for Members; $5 for NonMembers
Explore the life of Dr. Thomas Story Kirkbride and the famous Kirkbride Plan that contributed so much to the development of a more humane treatment of the mentally ill during the 19th Century.
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