- William Osler (1849-1919): America’s Most Famous Physician (Robert E. Rakel)
- The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: A Neurosurgeon’s Eyewitness Account of the Medical Aspect of the Events of November 22, 1963 (Robert G. Grossman)
- Making Cancer History: Disease and Discovery at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center (James S. Olson)
- The History of Pathology as a Biological Science and Medical Specialty (L. Maximillian Buja)
- “Medicine in the Mid-19th Century America” (Student Essay Contest Winner) (David Hunter)
- The Achievements and Enduring Relevance of Rudolph Virchow (Nathan Grohmann)
- Medicine: Perspectives in History and Art (Robert E. Greenspan)
- What Every Physician Should Know: Lessons from the Past (Robert E. Greenspan)
- Medicine in Ancient Mesopotamia (Sajid Haque)
- The History of Texas Children’s Hospital (B. Lee Ligon)
- Visualizing Disease: Motion Pictures in the History of Medical Education (Kirsten Ostherr)
Recommended CitationCitation Information:Houston History of Medicine Society, "History of Medicine Schedule 2010-2011" (2010).
DigitalCommons@The Texas Medical Center, John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston History of Medicine Lectures. Paper 6.