Professor Dan Todes follows up on the success of his biography of Ivan Pavlov with the news that he has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for 2015-16. He will be spending the year in St.
Jeremy Greene will be at a conference on the Globalization of Medicine and Public Health: Economic and Social Perspectives (1850-2000), being held in Lausanne on 12 and 13 March 2015. His paper is titled ""Pharmaceutical Geographies: Mapping the Boundaries of the Therapeutic Revolution"
Emily Margolis, The Johns Hopkins University, 'Eyewitness to Space: Spaces, Witnesses, and Uses of NASA's Traveling Art Show, 1966-1970', Room 300, Gilman Hall, Homewood Campus.
David Jones, Harvard University, 'Surgical Nationalism: Making the Case for Cardiac Surgery in Postcolonial India, 1943-1968', Seminar Room, Institute of the History of Medicine, East Baltimore Campus
Emilie Raymer, The Johns Hopkins University, 'Heredity, the Environment, and Human Progress: Neo-Darwinism and the American Social Sciences', Room 300, Gilman Hall, Homewood Campus.
Matthew Smith, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 'Anaphylactic Reactions: How Peanuts Put the Food Back into Allergy', Tuesday Brown Bag Lunch, 12:30-1:30pm, Institute Seminar Room, East Baltimore Campus
Wendy Kline (Purdue University), 'Coming Home: Medicine, Midwives, and the Transformation of Birth in Late-Twentieth-Century America', 3pm, Seminar Room, Institute of the History of Medicine, East Baltimore Campus.
In the Institute Seminar Room on March 31, 12:30-1:30 pm, Prof Mary Fissell will talk about "Teaching Online, the Toolbox approach" in our Tuesday brown bag lunch series.