410-516-7507 email@example.com Gilman 380
Research Interests: History of science and technology in East Asia, especially in Japan; history of astronomy, measurement instruments, and scientific translation
410-516-7504 firstname.lastname@example.org Gilman 378
Research Interests: History of the physical sciences; science and social change; history of science and technology in America
410-516-7505 Sharon@jhu.edu Gilman 382
Research Interests: History of modern biology, especially ecology, genetics, physiology, and behavioral biology; science in America; environmental sciences; urban ecology
410-516-7738 email@example.com Gilman 361
Research Interests: History of technology; history of science-based industry; regional economic geography; science and architecture
410-516-7503 firstname.lastname@example.org Gilman 374
Research Interests: Early modern cosmography; astronomy and natural history; early modern natural philosophy; science and technology in Spain and Latin America
410-516-4807 email@example.com Gilman 376
Research Interests: Early modern and late medieval science and technology, especially the history of alchemy/chemistry and issues of science and theology/religion
Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine. History of biology, especially genetics, molecular biology, and biomedicine;
history of recent science; oral history.
Mary E. Fissell
Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine. European health care and popular medicine, 17th-18th centuries;
early modern gender and the body; co-editor of the Bulletin of the History of Medicine.
Jeremy A. Greene
Associate Professor, E. Treide and A. McGehee Harvey Chair in the Department of the History of Medicine. Twentieth-century clinical medicine;
therapeutics; pharmaceuticals; global health; history of disease.
Associate Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine. Medicine, disease and public health; early modern astrology
and arts of memory in Chinese history.
Assistant Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. History of public health,
19th-20th centuries; infectious disease surveillance and control; historical geographies of health and medicine; historical epidemiology and demography;
Co-editor of Social History of Medicine.
Randall M. Packard
Director and William H. Welch Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine. Social history of disease; health and healing in Africa;
history of public health; history of colonial and post-colonial medicine; co-editor of the Bulletin of the History of Medicine.
Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine. Cultural and social history of early modern European medicine;
women’s and gender history; history of cognitive practices, categories and genres.
Lecturer; Associate Director, Institute of the History of Medicine; Curator, Historical Collection
Daniel P. Todes
Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine. Social relations of scientific thought; history of biomedical and biological sciences;
history of medicine and science in Russia.
Joan Lisa Bromberg
Adjunct Associate Professor
Buhm Soon Park
Senior IT Specialist