ABOUT THE CENTER
Learn the story of one of the most important names in neurosurgery: Dr. Harvey Cushing. How did his unique collection of medical specimens come to reside at the new Cushing Center at the Yale School of Medicine? Produced by Doug Forbush and the Yale Broadcast and Media Center
EXPLORING THE CENTER
Take a walk through the Cushing Center in this short video. This video has no narrative. Created by Chris Naka of Atlas Obscura
ABOUT HARVEY CUSHING
From the AANS History Films, narrated by Aaron A. Cohen-Gadol, MD, FAANS. Harvey Cushing made neurological surgery (which he named) a practical reality, reducing impossibly high mortality rates to less than 10%. Most American neurosurgeons are the direct professional descendants of Cushing and his many trainees.
HARVEY CUSHING'S 2,000th VERIFIED BRAIN TUMOR OPERATION
Harvey Cushing's 2,000 verified brain tumor operation, which took place April 15, 1931, at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, was photographed and edited by Walter W. Boyd, MD, and Richard U. Light, MD, with final narration by Dr. Light. The footage from that day is the only known record on film made of a Cushing operation.
HARVEY CUSHING: THE ARTIST
Presented by Robert Udelsman at the University of Wisconsin Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, on 01/30/2013.