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The prize is given for the best article in Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society in the past three years. It was awarded July 25th at the History of Science Society meetings in Utrecht...
Hopkins Medicine student and History of Medicine scholarly concentrator Andrew Lea co-authored with our own Jeremy Greene to publish "Digital Futures Past — The Long Arc of Big Data in Medicine" in...
Well done to Dr Hisham Ayoub, one of our Online Program MA students, who has published an essay in Plaid, a peer-reviewed journal for people living with and inspired by diabetes. "Reflections and...
Recent alumnus Heidi Morefield published "“More with Less”: Commerce, Technology, and International Health at USAID, 1961–1981" in the most recent issue of Diplomatic History. This article came as an...
Our own Graham Mooney and Keilah Jacques of JHBSPH/SOURCE were awarded a DELTA (Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration) grant  https://hub.jhu.edu/at-work/2019/07/15/seven-teams-...
Pictured left the newly minted Dr. James Flowers poses with his dissertation committee: Michael Shiyung Liu, Marta Hanson, Yumi Kim, Bill Rowe, and connecting remotely, Gianna Pomata.
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Johns Hopkins Medical student and History of Medicine Scholarly Concentration student Andrew Lea's article entitled "Computerizing Diagnosis: Keeve Brodman and the Medical Data Screen" was chosen for...
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...
Pictured left the newly minted Dr. Heidi Morefield poses with her dissertation committee Randall Packard, Jeremy Greene, Peter Redfield, Angus Burgin, and connecting remotely, Abena Osseo-Asare....
At the International Colloquium on Antiquarian Medical Texts, Traditional Medical Knowledge, and Their Circulation and Application, she presented a paper titled "Primers, Hand-held Mirrors, and...

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