April 01 2015

25th Anniversary Poetry Competition Winners

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September 15 2014

“The Popular Dose with Doctors:” Quinine and the American Civil War

Robert Hicks, PhD, Director of the Mütter Museum and the Historical Medical Library, and William Maul Measey Chair for the History of Medicine writes about the use of Quinine in the Civil War for the Chemical Heritage Foundation. Click href="">HERE to read it.

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March 20 2014

Meet the Mütter Cats!

We recently had some unique guests here at the Mütter Museum...

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March 07 2014

Curator Anna Dhody co-authors article in Nature

Check out this article about successfully identifying bacterial human pathogens in ancient remains. Co-authored by our one and only curator, Anna Dhody! Click HERE to read it.

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January 23 2014

Scientists Decode Early Strain of Cholera found in Mütter Specimen

Our wet specimens were used to crack a genetic code of cholera! This remarkable genetic decoding was made possible by specimens of victims of the 1849 Philadelphia cholera outbreak. Check out coverage of our fascinating discovery from the New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, and MedPage Today!

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