Boneheads & Brainiacs: Heroes and Scoundrels of the Nobel Prize in Medicine - Author Interview with Dr. Moira Dolan, MD

Date: 
Saturday, September 12, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Boneheads and Brainiacs

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You are warmly invited…
Please join us online for this exciting interview with author Moira Dolan, MD discussing her new book Boneheads & Brainiacs: Heroes and Scoundrels of the Nobel Prize in Medicine and featuring Ada's Technical Books and Cafe'.

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Topic: Ada's Technical Books and Dr. Dolan Discuss Boneheads & Brainiacs

Time: Sep 12, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

 

Join the event by joining this Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84894763161


Details: When you click the link, you will be prompted to download the ‘Zoom’ application. Follow the onscreen directions and in less than a minute you will be placed into the virtual Waiting Room. The host will join you into the group. You may join with or without your camera.

Bonus Features:

  • Join us for a chance to win a signed copy of Boneheads & Brainiacs.
  • Register for a free download of Dr. Dolan's e-booklet No Nonsense Guide to Surviving your Medical Encounters.
  • For every purchase of Boneheads & Brainiacs from Ada's Technical Books and Café, Dr. Dolan will donate directly to the indie bookstore charity BINC.

Boneheads and Brainiacs reveals the messy human reality behind medical progress, in a highly entertaining book written for the ordinary reader. Some were bad scientists; others were great scientists but lousy human beings, but the majority of these researchers produced knowledge that now saves millions of lives.


Author, Moira Dolan, MD is a UIC School of Medicine grad and practicing physician for 30 years. She is a patient advocate, author, and public speaker who educates patients on their rights.