History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Medical Student Research Symposium

Three History of Medicine Scholarly Concentration students enjoyed a successful day showcasing their exciting research at the recent 2018 Johns Hopkins Medical Student Research Symposium.

Sophia Diaz (above) made a concurrent oral presentation of her project, "Over the Counter DNA: The Rise of Genomic Alternative Medicine Since the Human Genome Project".

Colloquia Speaker: Emily Clark

Our own graduate student Emily Clark will present "'Such a Monster as I, May be Saved': Unnatural Mothers and Child Murder in New England Print Culture, 1693-1772" as part of our Spring 2018 Colloquia Series! 

When: 5/3, 3pm
Where: Seminar Room, 3rd Floor, Welch Library Building, East Baltimore Campus, JHU

Colloquia Speaker: Erika Dyck

Erika Dyck of University of Saskatchewan will present "Dying under the Skies with Diamonds: A Historical Look at Psychedelics and Palliative Care" as part of our Spring 2018 Colloquia Series! 

When: 4/17, 3pm
Where: Seminar Room, 3rd Floor, Welch Library Building, East Baltimore Campus, JHU

Colloquia Speaker: Rebecca Wilbanks

Our own postdoctoral fellow Rebecca Wilbanks, also a Hecht-Levi fellow at the Berman Institute of Bioethics, will present "Biology is Technology: Science Fiction, Artificial Life, and the Emergence of Synthetic Biology" as part of our Spring 2018 Colloquia Series! 

When: 3/15, 3pm
Where: Seminar Room, 3rd Floor, Welch Library Building, East Baltimore Campus, JHU

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