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Amazingly talented MD/PhD student Sam Scharff has had his blog and artwork featured in a recent issue of the Journal of Medical Humanities. Sam writes:
While I have enjoyed many positive experiences...
Registration deadline for the first term of our new online program is August 22, 2015. Classes begin on 31 August, 2015! Register here for History of Medicine Survey 1 or Introduction to the History...
We are delighted to hear that Olivia Weisser's book, Ill Composed, has been published by Yale University Press. Olivia is a graduate of our Program and is now an Assistant Professor of history at the...
Graham Mooney's paper "Washington and Welch Talk About Race: Public Health, History, and the Politics of Exclusion", has come out in the July 2015 issue of the American Journal of Public Health.
This...
We are excited to announce that registration for 2015-16 courses in our new Online Program in the History of medicine is now available here! You can check our 2015-16 course offerings here.
We are delighted that Johns Hopkins medical student Julia Cromwell was awarded the 2015 American Association for the History of Medicine Osler Medal for her essay "Viral Knowledge: Autopsy and the...
Randy Packard will presenting a paper at the conference on Rethinking Historical Space at NYU Abu Dhabi May 18-21. His talk is titled, "Domesticating Epidemics: Globalized Responses the Dengue...
Professor Dan Todes follows up on the success of his biography of Ivan Pavlov with the news that he has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for 2015-16. He will be spending the year in St....
Graduate alumnus Jimmy Schafer, now in the Department of History at the University of Houston, has just published a paper in JHMAS titled, "Fighting for Business: The Limits of Professional...
Jeremy Greene will be at a conference on the Globalization of Medicine and Public Health: Economic and Social Perspectives (1850-2000), being held in Lausanne on 12 and 13 March 2015. His paper is...

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