NLM collection items reveal how data has informed scientists’ understanding of Zika and its impact on the health of individuals and communities around the world.
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger E. Thomas Ewing, PhD, Professor of History and Associate Dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at
Joanna Radin, Ph.D. will speak on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET. This program will be live-streamed globally, and archived, by NIH VideoCasting.
By 2019 NLM Michael E. DeBakey Fellow Susan Green, MPH
By Krista Stracka ~ Rollin R. Gregg’s Illustrated Repertory of Pains in the Chest, Sides and Back published in 1879, came to the National Library
By Kristi Wright and Holly Herro ~ The Leather Discussion Group, an ongoing cross-institutional research collaboration, is conducting research to determine the best products available
By Laura McNulty, Holly Herro and Kristi Wright ~ Have you noticed that books bound before the mid-19th century are in better condition than those
By Tannaz Motevalli, Sarah Eilers, Laura Hartman, and Erika Mills In the previous blog post “Data Science in Politics of Yellow Fever: Medical Research Before
When data is processed and analyzed it becomes actionable information.
Sarah Runcie, PhD, on her article in the new open-access book Viral Networks: Connecting Digital Humanities and Medical History