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Warren Anatomical Museum featured in Boston Globe &

By , August 15, 2012

Wax model of eye with ptosis, by Jules Talrich of Paris, circa 1860, Warren Anatomical Museum, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine [WAM 04679

The Warren Anatomical Museum exhibition gallery on the 5th floor of the Countway Library has received several  noteworthy mentions in the digital media in the past few months.

In the “Travel” section of the Boston Globe’s website, the Warren Museum Gallery was highlighted¬† in the article “Ten things you might not know about Boston.

The article welcomes the some 250,000 student residents to greater Boston and also features OncoMouse, the first patented lab animal, and the first lighthouse built in America, the Boston Light.

Back in April, the Gallery was highlighted in an entry on the Mass Vacation blog. The entry was entitled “Boston’s Medical and Scientific Innovation”¬† and the Warren Exhibition Gallery shared the page with MGH’s Ether Dome and the new Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation is the official site of the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism.

More information on visiting the Warren Exhibition Gallery can be found on the Center for the History Medicine’s website.

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