October 03 2017

Mütter Museum And Australian Army Reach Agreement Regarding Skull Of Australian Soldier

The Mütter Museum has invited Brigadier S.L Gabriel, DSC, Military Attaché of the Embassy of Australia, to visit the collection and to hear of the Museum’s efforts and commitment to medical history preservation and scientific research. Brigadier Gabriel has accepted the offer, and during the visit will take possession of the skull on behalf of the Australian Army.

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September 26 2017

Regarding a recent Guardian article

Regarding the article that appeared online in The Guardian, on Monday, September 25, 2017:

The Mütter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia is, as the article suggested, already in communication with the appropriate officials with the Australian Army regarding the cited specimen. This is being treated with the highest regard to protocol and precedent for such specimens. The Museum will release a further statement when appropriate.

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August 27 2017

Mütter Museum will donate Tuesday's ticket sales to Red Cross Harvey Relief

On Tuesday August 29, The Mütter Museum will donate 100% of ticket admission sales to the American Red Cross to aid relief efforts for communities affected by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.

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July 07 2017

Skip the crowds! Members-Only Hours at the Mütter Museum

This summer, we are launching our first Members-Only Hours at the Mütter Museum. Beat the Saturday rush with exclusive Mütter access a full hour before the Museum opens for the general public. Join Now!

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June 21 2017

Connective Tissue: Exploring human tissue through paper at The Mütter Museum

This summer the Mütter Museum is revealing an exhibition that truly offers a “cross-section” of the human anatomy in a unique artistic medium.

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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.

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