Museum of Osteopathic Medicine and A.T. Still Research Institute
Each year the Museum of Osteopathic MedicineSM has more than 28,000 visitors from all over the world. Whether it’s a website visitor reviewing the collections database, an international researcher or thesis writer obtaining information about osteopathic history by accessing Dr. Still’s papers, or school children learning about health sciences and disease prevention, the Museum of Osteopathic MedicineSM and its International Center for Osteopathic History are certainly kept busy!
While hard work and dedication has allowed them to emerge as the primary resource for osteopathic research and history, both domestically and internationally, support from friends is vital for:
- The Collections Fund for preservation of the historical artifacts,
- The Exhibit Fund that allows us to showcase the artifacts safely and securely for others to enjoy,
- The Legacy Project that captures the personal history of our osteopathic leaders,
- The Endowment Fund that supports continued growth and expansion of programs and services.
If you would like to see what projects are taking place, the collections on hand, and how you can help preserve the osteopathic heritage for future generations, you can visit their full webpage HERE.