The Medical World of early Modern Ireland, 1500-1750

‘The Medical World of early Modern Ireland, 1500-1750’ will take place at the Long Room Hub in Trinity College Dublin 3-4 September.

Further details and online registration are available at the conference webpage. There is no charge to attend the conference sessions, but advance registration is required for catering purposes.

Please click on the links below for the programme and speakers’ abstracts

Programme The Medical World of Early Modern Ireland

Abstracts The Medical World of Early Modern Ireland

William Wilde Bi-Centenary Symposium

The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland History of Medicine Section will present a one day William Wilde Bi-Centenary Symposium.

William Wilde #histmed Irish physician
Sir William Wilde MD, FRCSI,(1815-1876)

Wednesday 6th May 2015 4pm

Winter Hall, Royal College Physicians Ireland, 6 Kildare St., Dublin.

Speakers:

William Wilde in the West of Ireland. Davis Coakley, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland.

‘By this disease people are rendered unable to earn their living’ William Wilde, Oculist to Her Majesty. Susan Mullaney, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland.

William Wilde and 1 Merrion Square. Rory Mc Entegart, Academic Dean, American College, Dublin.

Sir William Wilde’s Contribution to Otology. Michael Walsh, William Wilde Chair in E.N.T. Surgery, RCSI.

The Demographic Work of Sir William Wilde. Sir Peter Froggatt, Queens University, Belfast.

Sir William Wilde, an Enlightened Editor. Mary O’Doherty, RCSI Heritage Collections Librarian.

Sir William Wilde: Social Historian. Laurence Geary, University College Cork.

Wilde’s Worlds: Sir William Wilde in Victorian Ireland. James Mc Geachie, Ulster University.

Chair: Clive Lee, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Tours of Number 1 Merrion Square will be available on the day starting at 2pm, please meet at the front door of Number 1.

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