Despite their divided administrations, the Johns Hopkins history of medicine and history of science and technology departments intersect weekly in their colloquium series, enabling a cross-campus fertilization of the school of medicine and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
Tired of watching TV but don’t know what to read? Graduate students at the Johns Hopkins Department of the History of Medicine recommend some great titles on the history of public health and infectious disease to get your reading list started.
I am an anxiety baker. Needless to say, isolation in a tiny house with two cats and an unremitting to-do list is an endless well of anxiety. Over the last month, my kitchen has produced banana bread, dumplings, scones, biscuits, cinnamon rolls, calzones, quiche, multiple pies and an endless parade of cookies (links for the […]
Challenges are inevitable, particularly for those working in STEM fields. Ph.D. candidate Roshan Chikarmane shares a story that demonstrates how to recognize strategic inflection points and emerge more resilient than before.
April is Financial Literacy Month! Contrary to popular belief, there is no income requirement to set financial goals. Graduate student Taylor Evans shares two ways she has improved her financial literacy to reach her financial goals with her stipend.
The experience of medical school can be intense and overwhelming for many students. Here, a medical student shares how he takes mindful moments to help him through stressful situations.
Around the time I started working in my thesis lab, a new postdoc from central Nepal, named Surya, also joined the group. He had just completed his Ph.D. in Huntsville, Alabama, as part of the ENCODE consortium project to annotate the human genome and was assigned to work with me on a project developing polygenic […]