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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,...
Congratulations to Marion Schmidt, Ph.D., who successfully defended her dissertation, a history of genetic deafness research in the United States during the twentieth century. Marion's thesis...
On May 23, in Paris, Gianna Pomata will present a paper at the conference in honor of John Forrester, "Penser et écrire l’histoire de la psychanalyse et des sciences humaines: autour de l’œuvre de...
On May 17, in Geneva, Gianna Pomata will take part in a seminar on "The Individual in Medicine" to be held at the Institut Éthique Histoire Humanités, School of Medicine, University of Geneva.

Jeremy Greene will deliver the Cleveland Medical Library Association annual lecture on April 21, 2016. The lecture, "Making Old Drugs New Again: On the Uses of History in Pharmaceutical Policy," will...
Jeremy Greene will give the keynote lecture, "The Analog Patient: Imaging Medicine at a Distance in the Television Era," at the NIH conference, Images and Texts in Medical History: A Workshop in...

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