SEMINARS 2010/2011

WORK IN PROGRESS SEMINARS (WIPS)

10/19/10
Doing Global Health: A New Scramble for Africa?
Johanna Crane, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room J

11/02/10
Medicine's Upstart Younger Brother: Thomas Turner and Basic Science Research in Public Health at John Hopkins, 1940-1960
Karen Kruse Thomas, Institute of the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
Building 45, Room H

11/16/10
Scientific Control of Violence or the Return of the Lobotomy? The Psychosurgery Debate of the 1970s
Brian Casey, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room J

11/30/10
Refuting the Concept of Anticipation in Hereditary Disease (1945-1970)
Judith Friedman, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

12/14/10
Did Researchers Create the Homeless? Investigating Early Homelessness Research at the ADAMHA Institutes
Marian Moser Jones, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

01/11/11
The Disappearance of Particles and Public: Current U.S. Policy and its Challenges on Regulating Nanoproducts
Sharon Ku, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

01/25/11
Critics of the Cancer Establishment and the Demise of the Virus Cancer Program in the 1970s
Doogab Yi, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

02/08/11
The Politics of Instrumentalism: Instituting Alcohol and Drug Programs in the Public Health Service, 1970-1980
Grischa Metlay, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

02/22/11
The Architecture of Healing: Redesigning Medicine at the Stony Brook and McMaster University Health Sciences Centers
Stuart W. Leslie, History of Science and Technology, Johns Hopkins University
Building 45, Room H

03/08/11
White Mice?  The History of Radioactive Waste, Plutonium, and Human Subjects in the US and USSR, 1944-1986
Kate Brown, Department of History, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Building 49, Room 1A51/A59

03/22/11
The Science and Politics of CAM at the NIH: From Unconventional Medical Practices to Integrative Medicine
Eric Boyle, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

04/05/11
Meeting the Demands of the Times? The Medical Museums at the Karolinska Institute 1860-1910
Eva Åhrén, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 31/6C, Room 8

04/19/11
Transparent Women and Watchful Grasshoppers: Reflections on the Life Sciences in Late 20th-century American Museums
Karen A. Rader, Department of History, Virginia Commonwealth University
Building 45, Room H

05/03/11
When Uncle Sam Welcomed Ronald McDonald: The Small Business Administration and Inner-City Fast Food Franchises
Chin Jou, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

05/17/11
A Social History of Biomedical Truth:  The Roseto Study, Community Health, and Study Designs
Sejal Patel, Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Building 45, Room H

 

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Last updated: 08 October 2011
First published: 2 February 2005
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