Faculty, Listed by Department:
History of Science and Technology Faculty
Robert H. Kargon, Ph.D.: Willis K. Shepard Professor of the History of Science; History of physics, science and social change; history of science in America.
Sharon Kingsland, Ph.D.: Professor; History of biology, especially ecology, genetics and behavioral biology; history of science in America.
Stuart W. Leslie, Ph.D.: Professor; History of technology, history of science-based industry, history of 20th-century American science.
Maria Portuondo, Ph.D.: Assistant Professor; Early modern Spanish and Latin American cosmography and geography; science and exploration, history of technology.
Lawrence M. Principe, Ph.D. (Chemistry), Ph.D. (History of Science): Drew Professor of the Humanities; History of alchemy/chemistry, especially of the early modern period; science and religion, chemical education.
Min Suh Son, Ph.D.: Assistant Professor; Korean history, East Asian history of technology.
Fellows and Visiting Faculty:
Patrick J. Boner, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow, National Science Foundation; Early modern cosmology.
Joan Lisa Bromberg, Ph.D.: Visiting Scholar.
Dong-Won Kim, Ph.D., Visiting Professor; (Dean, Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology); History of modern physics; East Asian science and technology.
Morris Low, Ph.D. Adjunct Associate Professor, (Associate Professor at University of Queensland, Australia); Japanese physics and technology, cultural history of science in Japan.
Buhm Soon Park, Ph.D. Visiting Scholar; (Associate Professor, Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology); history of chemistry, history of the NIH from 1937 to 1987.
Elizabeth Rodini: Senior Lecturer, History of Art Department; Associate Director of the Museum and Society undergraduate program.
|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. Current project: History of human and medical genetics in America.
Mary E. Fissell, Ph.D.: Professor; European health care and popular medicine, 17th and 18th centuries; early modern gender and the body.
Marta Hanson, Ph.D.: Assistant 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; medieval and Renaissance European medicine; natural history; Italy; history of history and of scholarship
Christine A. Ruggere: Associate Director and Curator, Historical Collection, Institute of the History of Medicine, and Lecturer in the History of Medicine.
Daniel P. Todes, Ph.D.: Professor; History of Russian medicine and science; social relations of scientific thought; history of biomedical sciences. Currently writing a biography of Ivan Pavlov.