The Mütter Museum will be CLOSED this Thursday, November 23 in observance of Thanksgiving. The Museum will reopen at 10am Friday, November 24.
The History of Vaccines is the College’s award-winning website that provides in-depth information on the development, use, and delivery of vaccines within a historical context. Much of the content is taken from the collections of the Mütter Museum and the Historical Medical Library.
The target audiences for The History of Vaccines include parents making immunization decisions for their children; students in high school and college biology, health, and history courses; and healthcare providers.
With interactive timelines, an extensive article bank, activities demonstrating concepts such as how vaccines work, and the epidemic simulation game Illsville, The History of Vaccines has useful, interesting information for everyone.
Please visit The History of Vaccines to see what we offer.
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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.