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LUNCH WITH BOOKS: How West Virginia Transformed the Medical Profession

September 24, 2019
12:00pm - 1:00pm

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Dr. William Neal, WVU School of Medicine, will discuss the landmark Supreme Court case of Dent vs. WV, and how Wheeling’s Dr. James Reeves helped transform medical practice into a legally recognized profession, as detailed in his book, Quiet Advocate:  Edward J. Van Liere's Influence on Medical Education in West Virginia (West Virginia & Regional History Center, WVU Libraries, 2017).

Dr. Neal will also discuss the WVU Museum of the Health Sciences, now under development. William A. Neal is a native of Huntington.


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Lunch With Books: September 24 at noon - How West Virginia Transformed the Medical Profession


SPEAKER BIO: Dr. William Neal earned a BS degree in chemistry from Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, and his MD degree from West Virginia University (WVU), where he was the first recipient of the Edward J. Van Liere Award for medical student research.


- Tuesday, September 24, 2019 - 
How West Virginia Transformed the Medical Profession

Lunch With Books starts at noon in the Library Auditorium. 


"Lunch With Books" is the library’s flagship program for adult patrons. These lunchtime programs feature authors, poets, musicians, historians, and more every Tuesday at noon. Complimentary beverages are provided. Bring your lunch, feed your brain!

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