Tegan Kehoe

Tegan Kehoe is a public historian specializing in healthcare and science. She does exhibits and education at the Russell Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Her exhibits have ranged from a temporary exhibit for Boston’s HUBweek that used xylophones to explain how anesthesia affects the brain, to a display of the personal items belonging to a WWI nurse. Her forthcoming book, Exploring American Healthcare through 50 Historic Treasures (Rowman and Littlefield), will introduce readers to medical history through the lens of artifacts in museums and historic sites around the country. She holds an M.A. in History and Museum Studies from Tufts University.

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