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Radu Dudas, a Scholarly Concentrator in our department, has won the 2014 Osler Medal. This prize is awarded by the American Association for the History of Medicine for an unpublished essay by a...
Lena Caron, History of Medicine scholarly concentration medical student (class of 2015), will present at the Graphic Medicine 2014 Conference, which will be held right here on the Johns Hopkins...
The department is co-sponsoring a WGS medical humanities symposium on Death and Dying on Tuesday 29 April, 2014. Please contact Clara Han in the Department of Anthropology if you would like to attend...

On April 18, 2014 Gianna Pomata will be the Westfall Lecturer at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Indiana University, a Lecture established to honor the historian of science...
Mindy Fullilove in conversation with Marisela Gomez
Thursday March 13, 7:00PM @ Red Emma's
 
Mindy Fullilove, author of the new book Urban Alchemy: Restoring Joy in America's Sorted Out Cities and...

The upcoming conference of the Renaissance Society of America in New York City has a number of speakers on women and medicine in Renaissance Europe, including two of our faculty and at least one...
Mary Fissell will be speaking on "Blood Will Out: Women, Kinship, and Popular Medicine, 1750-1860," on Wednesday March 12, 12:30-1:30pm, in 507 Cook Library, Towson University, Towson MD 21204.
This...
Alondra Nelson presents "Body and Soul: The Black Panther Party and the Fight Against Medical Discrimination"
Friday March 7, 7:30PM @ Red Emma's
 
Alondra Nelson recovers a lesser-known aspect of...
Many congratulations to Dr Lisa Bob, MD, PhD, MPH, MA, who has defended her PhD dissertation, 'Observing from the Margins: James Parkinson and the Shaking Palsy'.
 
Lisa's thesis examines the...
We are delighted to announce that Professor Gianna Pomata has been awarded a three-year grant of $150,000 from the National Library of Medicine to write a book on the case history in pre-modern...

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