By: Maggie Cogswell

Announcing: Critical Approaches in Science, Technology, and Medicine (CAST-M) Master’s Program!
November 9, 2022

CAST-M is a new pathway to encourage doctoral student diversity in the fields of science studies, medical humanities, history of science…

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PhD Student Jessica Hester releases her first book: Sewer!
November 1, 2022

We are so thrilled to celebrate the launch of PhD student Jessica Hester’s first book, Sewer, which comes out this Thursday,…

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Jeremy Greene in The Lancet today! “How Medicine becomes trash”
October 14, 2022

Why are so many medical devices made to be thrown away? First piece on a new project out today in The…

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OIDA Project is “Documenting Pharma’s Role in the Opioid Crisis”
October 4, 2022

Check out the featured article in today’s Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine, discussing how the Opioid Industry Data Archive (OIDA) reveals…

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Shout out to HoM Scholarly Concentrator, Walker Magrath!
October 4, 2022

Shout out to Walker Magrath, medical student and scholarly concentrator in History of Medicine, for their article on “The Fall of…

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Mary E. Fissell, PhD
Congratulations to Dr. Mary Fissell, the inaugural J. Mario Molina Endowed Professor!
September 15, 2022

Please join us in celebrating the inaugural recipient of the J. Mario Molina Endowed Professorship in the History of Medicine, Dr….

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Introducing Dr. Anna Weerasinghe!
September 9, 2022

HUGE congratulations to Dr. Anna Weerasinghe for defending her dissertation on September 8, 2022, “Stuck Knowledge: Medicine and Immobility in Goa,…

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Dr. Jeremy Greene featured in The Washington Post
August 17, 2022

8/17/22 – Wednesday’s Washington Post features a perspective by our own Dr. Jeremy Greene on the Inflation Reduction Act and the…

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Welch Medical Library Building
Call for Papers! Digital Health and Health Equity
July 13, 2022

Digital Health and Health Equity Sawyer Seminar on Precision and Uncertainty in a World of Data Department of History of Medicine…

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Opioid Industry Documents Archive (OIDA) Project hits the NYT
July 6, 2022

This June 29th New York Times article highlights the importance of our Opioid Industry Documents Archive (OIDA) project: Behind the…

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