Graduate courses taught in spring semester 2012:
For descriptions and course syllabi, see the Course Descriptions page
ME150.702 - History of Modern Medicine, Enlightenment to Present (Todes)
ME150.715 History of Health and Development in Africa (Packard)
ME150.802 - Readings in the History of Medicine (Staff)
Special students and circumstances, and before the student's fields are completed for non-dept MA or PhD students.
Available as an elective to both graduate and medical students. Independent study program on a topic to be agreed upon with appropriate faculty member.
ME150.814 - Directed Readings and Research: Pre-Dissertation (Staff)
For doctoral candidates and other advanced students doing directed readings or engaged in original research under faculty supervision, before their fields have been completed and before they are working on their dissertation research.
SOM550.605 History of Modern Public Health (Mooney)
AS140.425 - Individuality in Medicine from Antiquity to the Genome Age (Comfort/Pomata)
AS140.657 - Science on Display (Leslie)AS140.649 - Ancient Philosophy and Early Modern Science (Portuondo)
AS140.658 - Main Currents in American Science and Technology (Kargon, Leslie)
AS140.708 - Rise of Modern Science (Kingsland) Graduate students attend lectures for 140.302
AS140.722 - Wretched Subjects (Principe)