Date: 03/26/2015

Time: 8:00 pm

Location: Morbid Anatomy Museum (424 A 3rd Ave., Brooklyn)

Price: $8 in advance

Tonight’s illustrated lecture will address invention, innovation and intellectual property via an array of patents on surgical instruments, medical devices and treatment techniques not for the faint of heart or those with weak constitutions. Enjoy a historical survey of technical advances in syringes, trocars, extractors, clamps, specula, restraints and bone saws (just to name a few) from the relative comfort of your seat – we promise that it won’t hurt a bit! Eric “Indin” Bleich is a Registered Patent Attorney at an international law firm, and holds a law degree from Brooklyn Law School and a biomedical engineering degree from the Johns Hopkins University. In addition to procuring patents and trademarks for his clients in the medical device, toy and fashion industries, Eric is a writer, photographer, collector, mixed media artist, costume designer and fanatic fan of the fearful, fanciful and farcical.

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