An interview with Kelly O’Donnell PhD on her NLM History Talk and her research on mid-20th century women’s auxiliary organizations in medicine.
By Nicole Baker ~ In 1935 Louis I. Dublin, Ph.D., a vice president and statistician for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, published “Lost Mothers,” an
By Danielle Calle and Sarah Eilers ~ The film A Question of Justice documents in powerful images and words the work of female attorneys and
By Kelly West ~ When I consider that I was once a sickly, premature baby brought into this world while my mother was on the
Published in 1720, Eleazar Albin’s A Natural History of English Insects includes vibrantly colored plates dedicated to women who supported the work. This copy belonged to Margaret Cavendish Bentinck.
By Sarah Eilers ~ The National Library of Medicine has a rich new set of digital resources for researchers interested in the history of global
An interview with Deirdre Cooper Owens, PhD on her NLM History Talk and her research on Dr. James Marion Sims and the history of American medicine and slavery.
Circulating Now welcomes guest bloggers Kiana Wilkerson, Katherine Randall, PhD, and E. Thomas Ewing, PhD to share their research on World War II veteran and
An interview with Allison Hill-Edgar, MD, MFA on her NLM History Talk and her work related to connections between early anatomical works and contemporary medical practice.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell’s birth. As the first woman to receive an M.D. degree from an American medical school,