By: Andrew Yamazaki

Jeremy Greene featured in the Atlantic
August 6, 2020

Our own Jeremy Greene featured in the Atlantic Monthly. The article, “What a Doctor Learns from Watching You on Video Chat,”…

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Graham Mooney interviewed on NPR
August 6, 2020

Professor Graham Mooney provides NPR with a historical perspective on the intimidation of public health officials in the US during the…

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Jeremy Greene co-authors article in JAMA
August 5, 2020

Dr. Jeremy Greene co-authors “Attacks on Public Health Officials During COVID-19” with Michelle Mello and Joshua Scharfstein in the Journal of…

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Elizabeth O’Brien awarded NEH grant
July 29, 2020

Delighted to announce that Elizabeth O’Brien was awarded a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities Scholarly Editions and…

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Ayah Nuriddin
Ayah Nuriddin interviewed in the Washington Post
July 21, 2020

Our own Ayah Nuriddin provides historical insights to the entanglements of race, eugenics, and reproduction, faced by Planned Parenthood. Read the…

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Congratulations to Coraleeze Thompson
July 2, 2020

Congratulations to Coraleeze Thompson, administrative manager of the History of Medicine Department. After 27+ years of dedication, perseverance, and keeping our…

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Jeremy Greene and Alexandre White present at the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs
June 30, 2020

Professors Jeremy Greene and Alexandre White present at the virtual conference, “The World Order after COVID-19 Forum, ” hosted by the…

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Nathaniel Comfort publishes in the Philadelphia Inquirer
June 24, 2020

Professor Nathaniel Comfort discusses uncertainty, epidemics, and the open-ended quality of biomedical and public health research in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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