The Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences is now closed for renovations.
The exhibitions listed on this website are special offerings in the Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences. Also usually on display are historically significant collections such as the Nott Specimens, the Boyd Specimens and c.1500-1700 anatomical manikins.
The Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences, the Reynolds Historical Library and the UAB Archives are equal parts of the Historical Collections unit within Lister Hill Library at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The Museum and Reynolds Library share space on the third floor of Lister Hill Library, 1700 University Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama. The mailing address is now 1720 Second Avenue South - 300 LHL, Birmingham AL 35294-0013.
Contact Reynolds Library staff regarding research in the rare book collections at 205.934.4475.
Read more about Lister Hill Library services, hours and general information here http://www.uab.edu/lister/about/.
The Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, is dedicated to the preservation and display of equipment, instruments and objects that represent the history and development of the health sciences in the areas of education, research, and practice in the United States with special emphasis on the state of Alabama and its contributors to the practice of medicine. The scope of the collection includes, but is not limited to the following fields: medicine, nursing, ophthalmology, dentistry, public health and allied health.