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Humphreys Awarded George Rosen Prize


On May 2, 2015, Margaret Humphreys, MD, PhD, Josiah C. Trent Professor of the History of Medicine, was awarded the first George Rosen Prize for her book, Marrow of Tragedy: The Health Crisis of the American Civil War (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013) during the 88th annual meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine.

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This workshop, the first of an inaugural pair, aims to showcase philosophy faculty at Duke and Oxford whose research includes a concentration in bioethics. On June 11-12, four professors from Duke will present papers in Oxford on a wide range of topics.  In February 2016, four researchers from Oxford will present papers at Duke. Through these two workshops, the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics in Oxford and the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities & History of Medicine at Duke are also exploring the potential for an ongoing collaboration. Program…


Medical Student Interest Groupss


Over a quarter of Duke’s first-year medical class participates regularly in the Bioethics and History of Medicine Interest Groups. Students meet monthly to discuss ethical or historical topics that often bear on medicine today. More information: trent-center@duke.edu.


 

Theology, Medicine and Culture Seminars


The goal of the Theology, Medicine and Culture (TMC) seminar series is to promote conversation and collaboration across disciplines exploring the intersections of Theology, Medicine, and Culture.

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Recent Humanities in Medicine Lectures

 

From the Dead to the Living:
Ethical Transgressions in
Anatomical Research in National Socialism


 

Sabine Hildebrandt, MD
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Lost Autisms: Rethinking the Origins
of a Contested Diagnosis

 


Jeff Baker, MD, PhD
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