University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) — BRI Introductory MeetingVolker Hall, Rm. LRE, UAB 7th Ave S, Birmingham, AL, United States
You are cordially invited to join BRI-UAB chapter officers and faculty advisor for an informal talk about Benjamin Rush Institute's purposes and goals, to learn how we seek to grow this BRI chapter, and what we intend to accomplish this coming academic year by way of educational, fun and informative events. This meeting is especially geared towards MS1 and MS2 students looking for a like-minded group to be involved in, and all are welcome. Faculty advisor Dr. Thomas Huddle will provide remarks on the current trajectory and future of healthcare in the United States.
Pizza and refreshments will be served.
About Dr. Thomas S. Huddle:
Dr. Huddle completed undergraduate, graduate and medical school work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he completed an MD PhD (history of medicine). He then did internal medicine residency at the University of Wisconsin, Madison WI and went on to complete a general medicine fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania (Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program).
Dr. Huddle pursues conceptual research/scholarship in the history of medicine, medical ethics, medical professionalism and medical education.
Josh Blackwell, VP UAB-BRI; Thompson Foy, President UAB-BRI in background