Tiffany Brocke, Johns Hopkins Medicine student and History of Medicine scholarly concentrator, won the 2019 Osler Prize at the American Association for the History of Medicine Society’s Conference in Columbus, OH. Their paper  “Race and Reputation: The Influence of the Johns Hopkins Hospital on Abortion Access in Baltimore, 1945-1973″ was based on research completed in the Chesney Medical Archives. The William Osler Medal is awarded annually for the best unpublished essay on a medical historical topic written by a student enrolled in a school of medicine or osteopathy in the United States or Canada.

Brocke is pictured standing 4th from the right with fellow prize winners at the 2019 AAHM Conference.