To pay tribute to West Virginia University’s rich history in the medical field, the University has laid out plans for an all new museum building dedicated to Health Sciences.
The museum will feature exhibits detailing the history of West Virginia University’s Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing, and Public Health. The museum highlights West Virginia’s innovations and discoveries over 150 years.
Patrons can interact and learn more information about all exhibits featuring health-related artifacts, medical manuscripts, and several items from the WVU archives.
In addition to expansive exhibits, the Museum of Health Sciences will also house a multimedia theater, where students and members of the community can learn more about the vast history the University has with the Health Sciences.