- After Western Medicine: From Hippocrates to Xavier Bichat (H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr.)
- Who Goes First? The Story of Self-Experimentation in Medicine (David Sears, M.D.)
- Exercise and Health: From Pre-History to the Present (Carlos Valbonna, M.D.)
- Supernaturalism to Rationalism and the Man Between (Student Essay Contest Winners) (Don Lassus)
- The Fog of War’s Silver Lining: The Lasting Impact of Military Medicine (Student Essay Contest Winners) (Ajit Vyas)
- From Drummers to Detail Men: Medicine and the pharmaceutical industry in the United States, 1900-1960 (Howard Brody)
- Eyewash and Thunderbolts: The Medical Adventures of Lewis and Clark (Herbert M. Swick)
- Angry Arrows and Satin Dresses: Tales from the Annals of Plague (Herbert M. Swick)
- The Greatest Books in the History of Neurology (Robert Gordon)
- Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Paralytic Illness: What was the cause? (Armond S. Goldman)
Recommended CitationCitation Information:Baylor History of Medicine Society, "Baylor History of Medicine Society Schedule 2006-2007" (2006).
DigitalCommons@TMC, John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston History of Medicine Lectures. Paper 5.