The Fall issue of Hopkins Medicine includes a review of Dept.
Check out the new intro video for our online course, "Healing Spaces: Historical Geographies of Medical Practice" (ME.150.728), which starts in late January.
Reviews in History has named Dept. Chair Randall Packard's The Making of a Tropical Disease: A Short History of Malaria (JHUP, 2007) one of the most significant and or influential history books of the last twenty years: http://blog.history.ac.uk/2016/12/reviews-in-history-20th-anniversary-special-part-1/.
On December 13, Prof. Jeremy Greene will be presenting at the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine for the Committee on Ensuring Patient Access to Affordable Drug Therapies.
The event is open to the public. Information about the committee’s work and online registration be found here.
Congratulations to Sam Scharff, who presented his second year paper, "Looking Through the Mask of Sanity: Psychopathy and Forensic Cultures in the United States, 1941-1976," to the department with much acclaim.
On December 8, Jeremy Greene will present the keynote address at the US Food and Drug Administration's 2016 Generic Science Day, "The Substance of the Brand: Form, Function, and Generic Equivalence." Open to the public.
Check out the new intro video for the online course, "Medicine in Classical Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages," which starts in late January. For additional information about the online program, including registration, visit our homepage or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marta Hanson will discuss her book project, "'Understanding is Within One's Grasp' (liaoran zaiwo 燎然在握): Bodily Arts of Memory, Prognostication, and Being," at Northwestern Health Sciences University on Wednesday, December 7.
Marta will present material from a new chapter "Material Things and Technologies of the Body in the Golden Mirror, 1742" in her book "'Understanding is Within One's Grasp' (liaoran zaiwo 燎然在握): Bodily Arts of Memory, Prognostication, and Being in Chinese Medicine" in the Program on the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine at the University of Minnesota。