Tosteson Medical Education Center, Walter Amphitheater, 260 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
The George W. Gay Lecture is the oldest endowed lectureship at Harvard Medical School, and quite possibly the oldest medical ethics lectureship in the United States. The lectureship was established in 1917 by a $1,000 gift from Dr. George Washington Gay, an 1868 graduate of HMS. Since its inception, many of the nation's most influential physicians, scientists, researchers and social observers, including Erich Fromm, Felix Frankfurter, Margaret Mead, Elizabeth Kübler Ross, E.O. Wilson, and Joshua Lederberg have given the Gay Lecture. Elie Wiesel, Marian...
Join us for a lecture and award ceremony celebrating 2015 Goldhaber Award recipient Professor Teruko Takano-Yamamoto from Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry. Reception immediately to follow.
Course Content: The educational program for this special course is directed toward contemporary clinical and scientific knowledge regarding osseointegrated implants. Our program will range from treatment planning with a focus on the clinical decision of whether to save the tooth or replace it with a dental implant, to placing and restoring the implant on the same day. It will focus on the decision tree that helps to decide which procedures are more predictable to resolve individual problems. We expect this to be a very valuable experience and are pleased to have you visit Harvard in...
Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Research and Education Building 105 Auditorium, 190 Longwood Ave., Boston
The Harvard Benefits Office is offering a two day (two half-days) retirement education program called retirewise® on the Harvard Longwood Campus to help those who are interested in planning ahead for retirement.
retirewise® focuses on financial needs and planning, with a range of topics delivered by experts from MetLife, Harvard Benefits and the Social Security Administration. This program is held across two half-day sessions and is free, sponsored by Harvard Benefits.
TMEC Walter Amphitheater, 260 Longwood Avenue, Boston
“The Doctor is Out: A Conversation with Dr. Mark Schuster on Being a Gay Physician at Harvard”
Join us for a conversation with Mark Schuster, MD, PhD. Dr. Schuster conducts groundbreaking research on child, adolescent, and family health issues, including quality of care, health disparities, adolescent sexual health, and family leave. He described his experiences at Harvard Medical School and its teaching hospitals in a published speech, “On Being Gay in Medicine,” that went viral online and has been used as a teaching tool at medical schools. He coauthored the...