Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?

When:9 Mar 2010, 1pm - 3pm
Venue:Morven Brown 308B
Who:

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

George Weisz and W. R. Albury (UNSW and University of New England)

Medici Syndrome: the disease in the family, is it affecting the longevity?The presentation will begin with an artistic tour of Florence, followed by the medical history of the Medici Family.

George Weisz is a historian of medicine, an adjunct lecturer at University of New England, and visiting fellow in the School of History and Philosophy, UNSW. He curated the "Nazi medicine" exhibition at the Sydney Jewish Museum in 2009. W. R. Albury is Adjunct Professor in History at the University of New England and Emeritus Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at UNSW. He has published numerously on early Modern medicine and science, and social history as reflected in works of art. Weisz and Albury have co-authored a number of recent articles.

A light lunch is provided.

No bookings are necessary, and all are welcome.

 

 

Contact Details

Joanne Faulkner, j.faulkner@unsw.edu.au, 9385 2287

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