- The National Library of Medicine and the Continuing Legacy of Michael E. DeBakey, M.D. (Stephen B. Greenberg)
- The Legacy of William Osler: North America’s most famous physician (Robert E. Rakel)
- A Lady Alone: Elizabeth Blackwell: First American Woman Doctor (Linda Gray Kelley, Charlton)
- A Mariner with Crippling Arthritis and Bleeding Eyes: The Chronic Arthritis of Christopher Columbus (Frank C. Arnett)
- Generation C(affeine): A History of Caffeine Consumption and its Medical Implications (Student Essay Contest winners) (Priti Dangayach)
- Our Artificial Fitness? Relaxed Selection Leads to Medical Dependence (Student Essay Contest winners) Philip Boone
- Remembering John P. McGovern, M.D. (1921-2007) (Bryant Boutwell)
- Who Was Albert Schweitzer? (Bryant Boutwell)
- Disease, Doctors and the Duty to Treat in American History (Thomas R. Cole)
- Vaccinating Freedom: The African-American Experience of Smallpox Prophylaxis in Old Philadelphia, 1723-1923 (Dayle B. Delancey)
- The Royal Hemophilia (The Royal Hemophilia)
Recommended CitationCitation Information:Houston History of Medicine Society, "Houston History of Medicine Society 2008-2009 Schedule and Abstracts" (2008).
DigitalCommons@The Texas Medical Center, John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston History of Medicine Lectures. Paper 2.