Once Upon A Time In Medicine… How Will the Past Inform the Future? By Dr. Brendan M. Reilly
Come join the brothers of Mu Delta for a special night with Dr. Brendan M. Reilly, esteemed medical author of the critically acclaimed memoir “One Doctor: Close Calls, Cold Cases and the Mysteries of Medicine” and prior Chair of Medicine/physician-in-chief at Chicago’s Cook County Hospital (which, during Reilly’s tenure there, was the inspiration and setting for the television series ER). Along with practicing and teaching internal medicine for over forty years, he has served as a distinguished Professor of Medicine at various medical schools and held administrative leadership positions at major medical centers in New York, Chicago and New England. Currently Honorary Professor of Medicine at Dartmouth, Reilly is the author of medical textbooks and numerous research articles in high-impact medical journals and is now completing his first novel. On February 19th, gain exclusive insight into some of the dramatic changes (some for the better, some for worse) U.S medicine has experienced through the first-hand perspective of Dr. Brendan M. Reilly.
A Q&A will be held directly after the talk, joined by both Dr. Reilly and Dr. Alan I. Leibowitz. Board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology/liver disease, Dr. Leibowitz is currently Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona. He has been Associate Dean for graduate medical education at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix and Banner-University Medical Center for the past 12 years, also serving as the Chair of Internal Medicine for the medical school and program director of internal medicine.
This event is free and open to the public! Special thanks to AS Finance & Business Committee for their support in funding this event.