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Recent alum Alicia Puglionesi ('15) has a paper in the July issue of Medical History. The article, "Drawing as Instrument, Drawings as Evidence: Capturing Mental Processes with Pencil and Paper,"...
Dept. Chair Randall Packard has two journal articles coming out this summer. “Indexing Immunity to Malaria in South Africa in the 1920s and 1930s” appears in Anthropology Southern Africa 39, no. 2 ,...
Jeremy Greene has coauthored a feature article on the history of clinical trials, "Assessing the Gold Standard — Lessons from the History of RCTs" (with Laura E. Bothwell, Scott Podolsky, and David...
On Friday, May 27, Jeremy Greene will talk on "Gray Market Medicines: Diphtheria Antitoxin and the Decay of Biomedical Infrastructure" (with Dora Vargha) at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, as...
Jeremy Greene will give a talk on May 25,"Between Molecule and Medicine: Pharmaceutical Copies and the Limits of Reductionism," at the L'École des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris as part...
Olivia Weisser's book, Ill Composed: Sickness, Gender, and Belief in Early Modern England (Yale University Press, 2015), was among the three finalists for the Berkshire Conference of Women’s...
The JHU Online Program in the History of Medicine has posted four new “toolbox” videos on the program’s YouTube channel. Created by faculty and graduate students in the history of medicine program,...
Marion Schmidt has published a chapter, "Normalization and Abnormal Genes: Heredity Research at the Clarke School for the Deaf, 1930-1950,"  in the new book, In Our Own Hands: Essays in Deaf History...
Alison Kraemer, a medical student in the department's Scholarly Concentrations course, has been awarded a William B. Bean Student Research Award, given by the American Osler Society. Her paper for...
Jeremy Greene will give a keynote on "The Analog Patient: D.I.Y. Medical Technology Before the Digital Era" at 1:30 pm on May 9. The lecture is part of the D3 Workshop on DIY Health Technologies,...

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