FCT Delivers Display Cases Set to House Nobel Prize at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston

by | Nov 4, 2015 | FCT News, Why First Call?

Yesterday First Call Trucking & Courier delivered two display cases to Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston that will house the Nobel Prize that was awarded to Joseph Murray in 1990 for the work he did pioneering liver transplants beginning in 1958. Murray died in 2012 and the hospital is honoring him with a display, information about his work and achievements, and previously unseen photos.

Goppion Museum Workshops located in Newton, Massachusetts designs and builds display cases. Their work can be seen locally throughout the Harvard Art Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts, and now Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

First Call Trucking & Courier is honored to have the privilege of working with Goppion for all its same-day trucking and dedicated trucking in Greater Boston since 2009.
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Learn more about Dr. Joseph Murray.