The Medicine & the Muse Program is the home for the arts and humanities at the medical school, with programs that support diversity and integrate the arts and humanities into medical education, scholarly endeavors, and the practice of medicine.
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“In this biomedical revolution, we need the humanities now more than ever.”
-Lloyd B. Minor, MD, Dean, Stanford University School of Medicine
Program Features and News
7/29/2019 Radiolab, G: The World's Smartest Animal, Writer in Residence Dr. Laurel Braitman competes against two comedians to find the world’s smartest animal. What results is a series of funny, delightful stories about unexpectedly smart animals and a shift in the way we think about intelligence across all the animals - including us.
Arifeen is a medical student representative on the Medicine & the Muse Steering Community and a concentrator in Biomedical Ethics and Medical Humanities
Candice Kim, Emerging Scholar Award at the 9th International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society,September 2019
The Art & Art History Department will screen Perfect Strangers, a documentary by Stanford Professor, Jan Krawitz. A conversation with the filmmaker, a father-daughter donor-recipient pair, and a “non-directed” kidney donor, will follow the screening.
Thursday, January 30 @ 5:30 pm - 7 pm
Location: McMurtry Building
Free and open to the public.
Kevin Lee Sun presents his solo piano recital. Sun is a third-year medical student at Stanford, studying piano with Thomas Schultz. | Pre-recital lecture by Lawrence Chiou at 7 PM
Date/Time: January 31, 2020 @ 7:30 pm
Location: Dinkelspiel Auditorium