Science Museum of Human Life and Treasure Gallery of Traditional Chinese Medicine of AHMU Open


On December 25, 2020, our University held the opening ceremony of Science Museum of Human Life and Treasure Gallery of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Gu Jiashan, Secretary of the University CPC Committee, and Cao Yunxia, President of the University, attended the ceremony and jointly unveiled the nameplate of Science Museum of Human Life. Gu Jiashan, together with Zhao Shijie, honorary curator of the University Museum, also unveiled the nameplate of Treasure Gallery of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Vice President Lyu Xiongwen presided at the opening ceremony.


It is reported that Science Museum of Human Life of AHMU is located on the first floor of Lixing Building, with an area of about 1,100 square meters. There are nearly 1000 human specimens in the museum, most of which are made and collected by the teachers of Basic Medical Sciences and Clinical Medicine of our University. The exhibition of these specimens not only interprets the mystery and essence of human science, but also brings artistic enjoyment to visitors as scientific treasures. The museum has developed from a primitive human specimen exhibition room to a large-scale, well-known and distinctive science museum of human life, which should be attributed to decades of unremitting efforts, long-term accumulation and innovation of generations of medical staff in our University.

Located on the third floor of Lixing Building, Treasure Gallery of Traditional Chinese Medicine is a collection of precious traditional Chinese medicine specimens and some craft products. The museum is the epitome of profound traditional Chinese medicine culture. The exhibition mode with grace, novelty and grandeur complements the rich connotation of traditional Chinese medicine, showing the elegance of traditional Chinese medicine culture. It will become an important place for our University to carry forward and inherit the excellent traditional Chinese culture, popularize the knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine culture, and enhance the cultural confidence and health literacy of young university students.