The UMB Pulse is taking a look at campus and neighborhood landmarks for the summer with our first stop at Davidge Hall, which is the oldest building used for medical education in the Western Hemisphere. Larry Pitrof, executive director or the Medical Alumni Association of the University of Maryland, shares stories of the beginnings of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and Davidge Hall (1:59), what you'll find inside (12:02) including the world famous Burns Collection of medical mummies (29:16). Learn how to take a tour Davidge Hall (18:54) as well! For more information about Davidge Hall, visit medicalalumni.org.
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