RAMI seminar: A Dublin Hospital on the Western Front

‘A Dublin Hospital on the Western Front’ by Joseph Harbison Associate Professor, Medical Gerontology, TCD and St James Hospital Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, History of Medicine Section, Wednesday 6th April 2016 at 6.15pm Setanta House, (First Floor) Setanta Place, Dublin 2 In 1917 a group of Irish doctors volunteered to take over one … More RAMI seminar: A Dublin Hospital on the Western Front

RAMI Lecture: Medicine and Pharmacy in the 19th Century

Medicine and Pharmacy In 19th Century Ireland by Brian Cleary, PhD Chief Pharmacist, Rotunda Hospital, Hon. Associate Professor, RCSI Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (RAMI), History of Medicine Lecture Wednesday 18th November 2015 at 6.15pm Setanta House, (First Floor) Setanta Place, Dublin 2  This lecture will trace the progress of medicine from ‘doctoring in … More RAMI Lecture: Medicine and Pharmacy in the 19th Century

RAMI Lecture on Michael O’Gorman in Spain

Michael O’ Gorman: Physician in the Service of Spain, Founder of Modern Medicine in Argentina By Susan Wilkinson This lecture will trace the career of Michael O’ Gorman, who, although born in Ireland, was a physician in the service of Spain, and was appointed Protomedicato in the Viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata. He established … More RAMI Lecture on Michael O’Gorman in Spain

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. 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 … More William Wilde Bi-Centenary Symposium