History of Medicine Faculty
Gert H. Brieger, M.D., Ph.D.: Johns Hopkins Distinguished Service Professor (Emeritus); History of surgery, history of medical education.
Nathaniel C. Comfort, Ph.D.: Associate Professor; History of biology, especially genetics, molecular biology, and biomedicine; history of recent science, oral history and interviewing.
Mary E. Fissell, Ph.D.: Professor; European health care and popular medicine, 17th and 18th centuries; early modern gender and the body; Co-editor of the Bulletin of the History of Medicine.
Jeremy Greene, M.D., Ph.D.: Associate Professor, Elizabeth Treide and A. McGehee Harvey Chair in the History of Medicine; 20th century clinical medicine; therapeutics; pharmaceuticals; global health; history of disease.
Marta Hanson, Ph.D.: Associate Professor in the History of East Asian Medicine; History of Chinese science and medicine; history of epidemics and disease in China.
Graham Mooney, Ph.D.: Assistant Professor; Adjunct appointment in the Department of Epidemiology, Bloomberg School of Public Health; History of Public health 19th and 20th centuries; historical epidemiology; historical demography; disease surveillance and risk.
Randall M. Packard, Ph.D.: Director and William H. Welch Professor of the History of Medicine; social history of disease 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.
Gianna Pomata, Ph.D.: Professor, early modern European cultural and social history, history of medicine, history of historiography, women’s, gender and body history, history of cognitive categories and practices.
Daniel P. Todes, Ph.D.: Professor; History of Russian medicine and science; social relations of scientific thought; history of biomedical sciences.
Elizabeth Fee, Ph.D.: Chief of the History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine.
James D. Goodyear, Ph.D.: Senior Lecturer and Associate Directory, Public Health Studies Program: History of tropical medicine, history of 18th-19th-century Latin America.
Nancy McCall: Research Associate, Archivist Alan M. Chesney Archives.
Gerard Shorb: Research Associate, Archivist Alan M. Chesney Archives.
Arthur M. Silverstein, Ph.D.: Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology, School of Medicine; History of immunology.
Visiting Faculty and Fellows 2011-2012
Karen Kruse Thomas, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow in the Institute of the History of Medicine. Writing a history of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health from 1940 to the present. Twentieth-century U.S. history of race, medicine, and public health; southern, rural, and African-American health; federal-state relations in health policy; medical education; the medical civil rights movement; oral history of medicine.