Adam R. Shapiro

The Gross Clinic as religious painting: Eakins, affect, and anatomy, Winter 2017

Alan W. Bates

The anatomy of beauty in nineteenth-century England, Winter 2011

Andrea Marks

An image in time: medical photography in dermatology, Fall 2013

Caitlin Meyer

Géricault’s art of insanity, Fall 2013

Douglas Russell

Mindfulness in art: Robert Rauschenberg’s White Painting, Summer 2014

Eliette Markhbein

WHACK’ed … and then everything was different: portraits of traumatic brain injury survivors, Spring 2012

Capturing recovery from trauma on canvas, Fall 2009

Elizabeth Lee

Therapeutic beauty, Fall 2010

Farrah Jawad

Wounded deer—medical aspects of the life of Frida Kahlo, Winter 2017

Florence Gelo

The art of loss, Spring 2016

Frank Gonzalez-Crussi

Bronzino and the wages of sin, Summer 2012

Lovesickness in art and medicine, Winter 2012

Gregory Rutecki

When the sensory lens is an artistic prism: the brain, Kandinsky, and multisensory art, Fall 2014

Abbott Handerson Thayer’s art and fin de siècle American culture, Winter 2015

Ian Williams

Graphic medicine, Winter 2012

Jeffrey M. Levine

The two hemispheres of medicine, Fall 2013

JMS Pearce, M.D. F.R.C.P.

Art and Medicine, Winter 2016

Jorge A. Lazareff

The brain, Winter 2014

Katrina Genuis
        The Isenheim Altarpiece and ‘homeopathic’ hospital art, Winter 2017

Laurinda Dixon

Bosch’s Stone Operation: meaning, medicine, and morality, Spring 2010

Art and the myth of the “wandering womb”, Winter 2015

Maria S. Landaeta, Aldo L. Schenone, Gregory W. Rutecki

Art, Cristobal Rojas, and tuberculosis: a Latin American cultural experience, Spring 2016

Markley Boyer

William Sanger – the artist as health activist, Summer 2016

Mary T. Shannon

Crossing boundaries: visual representations of death and dying, Spring 2011

Michelle Paff

The tracheotomy, Summer 2012

Mirjana Stojkovic – Ivkovic

Alcohol and the art of David Terniers Jr., Spring 2017

Nancy Gershman

Lost Babies: how a photosculpture is changing the etiquette of consolation, Winter 2009

Campaigning for Craig: the healing power of a legacy T-shirt, Spring 2010

Niyi Awofeso and Anu Rammohan

Kindred paradigms: community arts and health advocacy in HIV/AIDS activism, Spring 2010

Peter Kopplin

Monet and his cataracts, Spring 2016

Prudence L. Gourguechon

The Dead Mother Series of Egon Schiele: psychoanalytic use of an artist’s image, Winter 2009

Roger Paden

Philosophy and Medicine, Fall 2014

Sally Metzler

A Night with Venus, a lifetime with Mercury: syphilis among the British aristocracy in William Hogarth’s marriage à-la-mode, Winter 2016

Sam Shuster

Darwin at the Chinese opera, Summer 2013

Sara Öberg Strådal

Medieval medical diagrams: meanings, audiences, and functions, Summer 2013

Sarah Hartley

Architecture and the French hospital, Winter 2014

Sathyaraj Venkatesan and Anu Mary Peter

Life is a game: visual metaphors in Brian Fies’s Mom’s Cancer, Winter 2015

Thom Ferrier

Cruel to be kind, Winter 2012

Vincent Cracolici

Lord Howard Florey and the use of visual art in medicine, Summer 2016

William R. Albury and George M. Weisz

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and medicine: A triumph over infirmity, Summer 2013

The model for Albrecht Dürer’s Praying Hands, Winter 2011

Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield

Color, image and symbol: memory recalling the 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait through drawings, Summer 2009

Zohaib Ahmad

The perfection of illness, Spring 2013