Christopher Phillips, PhD, on his article in the new open-access book Viral Networks: Connecting Digital Humanities and Medical History
By Christie Moffatt ~ This week is “Mosquito Control Awareness week,” and agencies across the Department of Health and Human Services are taking this opportunity
By John Rees A new archival collection, The D. Carleton Gajdusek Papers, 1918–2000, is now available at the National Library of Medicine for those interested in
Circulating Now welcomes Dr. Morens, Senior Advisor to the Director of the NIAID and an epidemiologist with a long-standing interest in emerging infectious diseases, virology, tropical medicine, and medical history.
Of the information about Ebola on the web, what will remain one, ten, or even fifty years from now? This content is at high risk for loss.
In November 1889, a rash of cases of influenza-like-illness appeared in St. Petersburg, Russia. Soon, the “Russia Influenza” spread across Europe and the world. This