The Center for the History of Medicine
Introducing the Strong Medicine Project Coordinator
We are happy to welcome Joan Ilacqua as Project Coordinator for the Center’s efforts to capture, preserve, and share the stories and reflections of the medical community’s experiences of the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing and its aftermath. Q. Why did you join the Center’s Strong Medicine initiative? A. I became involved with Strong Medicine not [...] More ...
Manfred L. Karnovsky Papers Open to Research
The Center for the History of Medicine is pleased to announce the opening of the Manfred L. Karnovsky papers, 1925-1998. Karnovsky (1918-1999) was Harold T. White Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology Emeritus at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. Throughout his career, his research focused on multiple areas of biological chemistry, particularly the biochemistry [...] More ...
Share Your 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing Stories
Strong Medicine is a digital archive created by the Center for the History of Medicine to capture the Boston medical community’s experiences of and responses to the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing. It is a space where stories, photographs, and other media created by the medical community are available to inform and inspire health care professionals, [...] More ...
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