By: Andrew Yamazaki

Deadline for “Picturing Pandemic Baltimore” extended to November 21st
November 11, 2020

There’s been a lot on people’s minds as of late. In response, the Bulletin of the History of Medicine and the…

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The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s Epidemic/Endemic Speaker Series: Professors Kim Gallon & Kirsten Ostherr
November 9, 2020

Please join Professors Kim Gallon and Kirsten Ostherr at 2:00 PM (EST) this Friday, November 13th, for the Center for Medical…

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The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s Epidemic/Endemic Speaker Series to begin October 30th
October 27, 2020

This Friday will herald the start of the Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s year-long monthly virtual speaker series entitled,…

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Elizabeth O'Brien, PhD
Elizabeth O’Brien receives the Richmond Brown prize for best dissertation
October 26, 2020

Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth O’Brien on winning the Richmond Brown prize for best dissertation on the history of Latin America, the…

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Jeremy Greene awarded the 2021 Nicholas Davies Memorial Award
October 20, 2020

Jeremy Greene awarded the 2021 Nicholas Davies Memorial Award by the American College of Physicians. Dr. Greene receives the award for…

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Mary Fissell on the podcast of the Consortium for History of Science, Technology, and Medicine
October 15, 2020

Professor Mary Fissell discusses her research on Aristotle’s Masterpiece on the podcast of the Consortium of History of Science, Technology, and…

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Ayah Nuriddin, Sasha White, and Graham Mooney publish article in the Lancet.
October 3, 2020

Ayah Nuriddin, Sasha White, and Graham Mooney examine the entangled histories of racism, violence, medicine, and public health, in “Reckoning with…

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Jeremy Greene interviewed in the Washington Post
October 1, 2020

Our own Jeremy Greene was interviewed for a Washington Post article addressing the President’s claims about insulin pricing in Tuesday night’s…

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Jeremy Greene at the Psy-ences Conference, hosted by the Université Quebec du Montréal
September 25, 2020

Jeremy Greene presents new work on the histories of wireless technologies and the brain at the Psy-ences Conference, hosted by the…

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Marta Hanson presents at the University of Minnesota
September 24, 2020

Marta Hanson presents on the reversal from “sick man of Asia” to “sick Uncle Sam, at University of Minnesota’s Considering China…

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