We are pleased to announce the winners of the Hektoen International Food and the Body essay competition.
The winners are:
Grand Prize Winner:
Pellagra: a medical whodunit by Putzer J. Hung
The madness of hunger by Sylvia Karasu
Food of the body by Katrina Genuis
We received many excellent essays and, as always, appreciate the chance to read interesting work exploring the medical humanities. Many other excellent articles have been added to the Food section of Hektoen International thanks to our contest participants, and we encourage our readers to explore them, along with our winners.
Why did Darwin drop out of medical school?, R. Brown & T. Garvock-de Montbrun
Classicism and Sir Charles Bell’s Engravings of the Nerves, Allister Neher
Foundations of anatomy in Bologna, JMS Pearce
The Terme Boxer’s trauma, Seth Judson
Letters from the asylum, Nicholas Kang
Gertrude Abercrombie: surrealist predilection & pancreatic affliction, Sally Metzler
Birth, Pregnancy, and Obstetrics
Madness, mind-doctors, and Mrs Dalloway, Sabina Dosani
Saints on trial, Michael D. Shulman
Joseph Roth, a visionary poet and victim of European history, Frank Wollheim
Song as a unit for physical activity: A-minor proposal, Cillin Condon
Visualizing Mozart, Vincent P. de Luise
The symbolic portrait of Mozart’s patron Dr. Ferdinand Deiean, Stephen Martin
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