An older woman looks at pop up banners with an illustrated image of a scientist and microscope. Banner says "Shots Felt Round Montana"

This exhibit features the life of Dr. Hilleman, who grew up in poverty in Miles City and who is credited with saving millions of children from communicable diseases. The project invites visitors to discover the process of scientific inquiry and vaccine development through the inspiring life of Dr. Hilleman, who laid the foundation for the modern fight against pandemic disease. Dr. Hilleman is credited with developing many major vaccinations, including those against mumps, Hepatitis B, and influenza.

Exhibit on loan from the Carter County Museum (Ekalaka, MT) and produced with support from Humanities Montana. Exhibit open through August 27, 2022.