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Andreas Vesalius Society
 

The mission of the Vesalius Society is to foster camaraderie through social events, scholarly development, service, support and encouragement.

Pink Train & Ice Cream Social

March 2014
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Artillery Club Dinner

The Formal Vesalius Society dinner was held Thursday, January 23 at 6PM at the Artillery Club
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Board Game Night at The Spot

This is an annual event hosted by the Vesalius Student Society. Even if board games aren't your thing, there's always plenty of food, fun, and silly hats, so come anyway! Members should feel free to bring their own games, but if you don't have any, dont worry...we have plenty of games such as the ever-popular "The Great Dalmuti" (as well as Cranium, Cards Against Humanity, Apples to Apples, etc.) Get ready to see the darker side of your classmates...you've been warned.
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Faculty Mentors
  • Lisa Farmer, M.D.
  • William Mileski, M.D. (Osler Scholar)
  • Brian Miller, Ph.D.
  • Judy Rowen, M.D. (Coordinator)
  • Karen Szauter, M.D.
  • Barbara Thompson, M.D. (Osler Scholar, emeritus)
Student Mentors
  • Claire Detweiller, SOM4
    Tanu Garg, SOM3
    Chelsea Hill, SOM3
    Tiffany Jones, SOM3
    Ilyse Kornblau, SOM4
    Amber Landry, SOM3
    Shyam Panchal, SOM3
    Michelle Parmley, SOM3 (Osler Student Scholar)
    Mehul Patel, SOM3
    Trisha Patel, SOM4
    Paul Potnuru, SOM3
    Yara Ramirez, SOM3
    Robert Reyes, SOM3 (Osler Student Scholar)
    Danielle Schwartzenburg, SOM4
    Rita Manica Shelby, SOM3
    Jasmine Strambler, SOM3
    R. Taylor Surles, SOM3
    Michael Villarreal, SOM3

Roster of Members

The roster of the Vesalius Student Society members is available here.
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Andreas Vesalius
Andreas Vesalius
Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564) was a Belgian anatomist who is considered the founder of modern anatomy. His most noteworthy work, "De humani corporis fabrica", revolutionized the science of medicine and laid the foundation for modern human anatomy with accurate and detailed descriptions of the human body. Vesalius corrected many of Galen's descriptions finding that his century old work was based on animal dissections. Vesalius introduced the "hands-on" approach where the physician performed the dissection, instead of observing and reading from a Galenic text, which lead him to master the art of dissection and define human anatomy.

 

A Way of Life

The vision of the Osler Student Societies is to provide developing physicians insight into "A Way of Life", described by Sir William Osler, not through formal lecture, but through the guidance of mentors in contact with students within and outside their academic setting.

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