Joanna Radin, a professor of the history of medicine, has written about how people in the past imagined medicine’s life-changing potential.
Inflammation has captured the interest of generations of distinguished clinicians and researchers.
Snapshots of women throughout the history of medicine.
A reunion visit leads to a search for genetic clues to a brain disorder
Researchers may have discovered what ancient armorers used for glue using mass spectroscopy-based proteomics techniques and equipment.
Hundreds of newly digitized Yale medical student theses are now available online to the general public.
A life-size “lift-the-flap” model of the human form joins the medical library’s collection.
An artist chronicles the time when AIDS was a death sentence
As the century-old model of medical education shows its age, the School of Medicine rebuilds its curriculum.
An experiment in medical education followed “a very wise direction.”
Connecticut lawmakers’ decision to fund stem cell research reverberates today
How Yale launched the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
An exhibit at the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library explores the “marvel and wonder” of human abnormalities.
A view of the human body in the Industrial Age
How anti-smoking efforts pushed back against the tobacco industry