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The Mobile Medical Museum hosts public presentations by distinguished scholars from around the country. These presentations, which elaborate on important topics in medical history, are typically held offsite three or four times annually.
In 2017, this programming series was named the Sally Clark Green Memorial Lectures, after the Museum's former Board President and Director. Recent lectures include:
Dr. Paul T. Kelton, Robert Lion Gardiner Chair in American History, Stony Brook University, New York. "Cherokee Medicine, Colonial Germs: An Indigenous Nation's Fight against Smallpox, 1518-1824." Stewartfield, Spring Hill College, September 28, 2017.
Michael Rhode, Archivist/Curator, US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. "The Rise and Fall of the Army Medical Museum (and Its Uncertain Future)." Strada Patient Care Center, May 11, 2017.
Dr. Esther Katz, Director, The Margaret Sanger Papers Project, New York. "Out of the Gutter: Margaret Sanger and the Opening of the Brownsville Clinic." University of South Alabama, January 26, 2017.
Dr. Laurie Wilkie, Professor of Archaeology, University of California, Berkeley. "Catching Babies and Healing Women: The Science and Art of an African American Midwife in 19th Century Mobile." University of South Alabama, September 29, 2016.