American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is a non-profit national organization devoted to advancing knowledge and understanding of the place of pharmacy in history. The documentation and preservation of pharmacy’s heritage is the primary aim of the Institute. We do this by making available a wide variety of materials related to scholarly, professional, and popular history of pharmacy. The Institute sponsors symposia and workshops, often collaborating with sister societies, to foster research and publishing on history, ethics, policy, and other issues of importance to the humanistic understanding of the pharmaceutical field. Lastly, the AIHP serves as a research center maintaining the Kremers Pharmacy Archives at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and collaborating with nearby historical agencies such as the Wisconsin Historical Society.
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