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The Online Program in the History of Medicine is offering its Survey 3 class, Science & the Practice of Medicine, in Term 1 this Fall (August 28-October 20). For more information about the...
Ph.D. candidate Sam Scharff was awarded the Innovations in Medical Education Poster Award​ by the Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry (ADMSEP). Sam presented a poster...
Ph.D. candidate Ayah Nuridden recently published an essay on Nursing Clio, "The Black Politics of Eugenics."  In it, Ayah examines the complicated history of early-twentieth-century African Americans...
Jeremy Greene will present "The Analog Patient: Towards a Media History of Medicine" at the Science Studies Colloquium Series at the University of Oslo on June 14. Jeremy's talk examines what the...
Jeremy Greene is presenting "Mapping Global Health" at the University of Oslo on June 12. Jeremy will present findings from an interdisciplinary working group at Hopkins comprised of anthropologists...
The March 17 issue of Isis featured an article by Profs Gianna Pomata and Marta Hanson,“Medicinal Formulas and Experiential Knowledge in the Seventeenth-Century Epistemic Exchange between China and...
Jeremy Greene will be speaking on "Making Old Drugs New Again: On the Uses of History in Health Policy and Practice" on May 31 at the (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Culture and Health at the...
Justin Rivest ('16) has an article appearing in the Summer 2017 issue of the Bulletin of the History of Medicine, "Testing Drugs and Attesting Cures: Pharmaceutical Monopolies and Military Contracts...
Prof. Mary Fissell will be speaking on Friday, May 26,  as part of The Folger Institute's Spring symposium, The Embodied Senses. This symposium considers ways to reconstruct how early modern people...
"What happens to an essential medicine after the epidemic it treats has passed?" Prof. Jeremy Greene and Dora Vargha (University of Exeter) examine that question in a just-published article in The...

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