Summary: Medical historian
Lindsey Fitzharris is obsessed with mortality -- and her new book examines the work of early surgeons, including Robert Liston, the 'fastest knife in the West End'
Dugas began traveling to the United States shortly after he became a flight attendant in 1974, says Richard McKay, coauthor of the new study and a medical historian
at the University of Cambridge.
Largent is a medical historian
whose expertise lies in examining how medicine interacts with business, politics, and public health entities and interests: his background lends to a discussion that assimilates information from all these interests and brings them together under one cover in the course of an investigation into a puzzling condition.
Unlike Harrison's previous work, this book is directed at a broader audience, rather than the medical historian
As a medical historian
, I am interested in how ordinary people in past societies tried to attain good health, or to avoid, cure, or simply cope with sickness and pain.
14, medical historian
Deborah Levine published details of Taft's medical history, including correspondence with his doctors.
Earp, NORM-UK's John Dalton, eminent medical historian
Frederick Hodges, powerhouse Danish activist Lena Nyhus, the always impressive Norwegian Children's Ombudsman Anne Lindboe, Global Discourse's Matthew Johnson, and Michelle O'Brien, who gave a broad overview of the intersex rights movement.
Washington, Apr 21 ( ANI ): A medical historian
at McGill has discovered and translated (from Latin) what is believed to be the earliest medieval recipe book.
The film critic Packer is less successful than the medical historian
Packer; plot points generally depend more on a screenwriter's narrative needs than a director's opinion of psychiatrists, Fritz Lang did not leave Germany because he'd made a film about a psychiatrist and the Nazis hated Freud, and so on.
Paul Bernstein is a medical historian
, Head and Neck Surgeon, and the Medical Director of a large health care organization headquartered in San Diego.
APHA will host a book signing with Benjamin and coauthors Theodore Brown, PhD, a medical historian
at the University of Rochester; Susan Ladwig, MPH, from the University of Rochester Medical Center's Center for Ethics, Humanities and Palliative Care; and Elyse Berkman, from Baruch College, at APHA's 140th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, Sunday, Oct.
I had written to a well-known medical historian
in Madrid, but had received no answer.