Monthly Archives: February 2019

On the Fabric of the Human Body

Historical Medical Librarian of the Mütter museum Beth Lander presents a 500-year-old book that started human anatomy. Dissection classes weren’t very common because sourcing cadavers could be difficult. The founder of modern anatomy, Andreas Vesalius, collaborated with local judges so that executions could be scheduled around his dissection needs! Ancient and Medieval Medicine Andreas Vesalius […]