The Bowtie Social Club is a medical
history interest group who meets once a month to enjoy a presentation on
some topic of medical history. Discussions are preceded by a light
dinner buffet with wine and mingling. Our faculty sponsor is Dr. Jack Alperin. The atmosphere is relaxed among students and faculty and
discussion is encouraged following the presentation. Previous topics
have ranged from the Discovery and Application of the X-ray to Ignaz
Semmelweis and Puerperal Sepsis just to name a few.
We'd like to invite you to attend our monthly BTSC gathering,
traditionally held once a month from August through April at 6:00pm in
the McGovern Academy's conference room, 8.206 Rebecca Sealy Hospital.
Check the Academy calendar for specific dates.
The only requirement we have is that you must come clad in bowtie.
If you don't have one, we encourage you to find a way of obtaining one,
but if not, a few spares might be at hand. If you can't tie one, we'll
show you how.
Please contact Alexander De Jong and Patrick Finegan for specific details or to reserve a bow tie (firstname.lastname@example.org, pmfinega@UTMB.edu). We look forward to seeing you!
Alexander De Jong
and Patrick Finegan
The Bow Tie Social Club