Our home The College of Physicians of Philadelphia hosts numerous lectures and events for the public. We hope to see you soon!
This symposium will explore aspects of the latest exhibit to open in the Mütter Museum, Imperfecta, which examines shifting perceptions about abnormal human development from fear and wonder to curiosity and clinical science.REGISTER NOW
A fun-filled gathering for high school students and adults who work with them. The theme is Teen Mental Health. REGISTER NOW
Join us for a fun-filled gathering for high school students and adults who work with them. The theme is Teen Substance Use and Abuse. REGISTER NOW
Experience this rare opportunity as Dolce Suono Ensemble plays a concert in historic Mitchell Hall at The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. GET TICKETS NOW
An interactive session demonstrating how fundamental skills gained in the study of art history can enhance clinical abilities in the health sciences.GET TICKETS NOW
The Public Health Day Symposium kicks off Public Health Week and provides a unique collaborative environment for all academic, community, and government public health professionals in the greater Philadelphia region.REGISTER NOW
In support of exhibition "Woven Strands: The Art of Human Hair Work," the Mütter Museum along with Morbid Anatomy will host Karen Bachmann for a workshop on Victorian Hair Art.
In support of Woven Strands, join us for a daylong symposium in which the hair art form, its process, and history will be discussed at length by collectors, artists, and historians. GET TICKETS NOW
Speaker Julie Fairman, RN, PhD, FAAN, Nightingale Professor in Honor of Nursing Veterans; Chair, Biobehavioral Health Sciences Department; Director Emeritas, Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing; and Co-Director, RWJF Future of Nursing Scholars Program at the University of Pennsylvania, gives the Kate Hurd-Mead Lecture.GET TICKETS NOW
Last Philadelphia Orchestra Musicians Concert of the Season, featuring Yannick Nézet-Séguin. [SOLD OUT]
The Mütter Museum helps the public appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body while understanding the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.