Physicians of Note

Robin Agnew

Portrait of Sir John Forbes as a young man, Summer 2014

Mas Ahmed and Anna Payne

Frantisek Chvostek, a notable physician, Summer 2015

Victoria Bates

Elizabeth Casson, Summer 2014

Marja Berclouw

Francis Galton at the Birmingham General Hospital, Fall 2013

Prem Chandran

G.K. Warrier, Summer 2014

Bojana Cokić

Women in medicine in Serbia, Winter 2016

JTH Connor

Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell: legendary physician in Newfoundland and Labrador, Fall 2016

Julian Crane

Charles Harrison Blackley: The man who put the hay in hay fever, Fall 2015

Philip Crispin

Transfusion reactions hidden from history, Summer 2014

Raymond Curry

Carlos Montezuma, MD, Spring 2015

Luciano Daliento, Lucia Dal Bianco, & Gabriella Romeo

Ramazzini and the birth of occupational medicine, Winter 2010

Noah DeLone

Luigi Galvani: a short portrait, Summer 2015

Martin Duke

Frank Gill Slaughter: physician and writer, Fall 2016

George Dunea

J.I. Guillotin: reformer and humanitarian, Winter 2013

Albert Schweitzer: physician philosopher, Summer 2013

John Chamber, physician to Henry VIII, Summer 2012

Benjamin Hoadly, physician and playwright, Winter 2013

Herman Boerhaave, Fall 2014

Carl von Rokitansky (1804-1881), Winter 2015

Theodore de Mayerne: prince of all doctors, Summer 2014

Joseph Bell, supreme diagnostician, Fall 2014

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., Summer 2015

Charles Lucas, MD: politics and mineral baths, Summer 2016

Thomas Hodgkin, Fall 2016

Sir Samuel Wilks (1824-1911), Spring 2017 new

William Babington, Spring 2017 new
Caleb Hillier Parry, Summer 2017 new

María Belén Eyheramonho

Life-giving doctors: the hard decision of self-surrender, Fall 2014

James L. Franklin

Franz Anton Mesmer, Summer 2013

Medicine and Physicians during the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration: Overview, Summer 2015

Frederick A. Cook, MD: First to reach the North Pole or “A Hero in Disgrace”?, Summer 2015

Reginald Koettlitz: Geologist, Explorer, and “Scott’s Forgotten Surgeon”, Summer 2015

Edward Leicester Atkinson: Parasitologist, Explorer, War Hero, Summer 2015

Edward Adrian Wilson: Artist, Naturalist, Edwardian Hero, Fall 2015

Chris Gilleard

Charles-Edouard Brown-Séquard, Spring 2015

James Goodwin & Peter Kopplin

Walter Campbell: more than a footnote, Spring 2015

Patrick Guinan

Thomas Linacre: catalyst for the Renaissance, Winter 2013

John Locke, Summer 2015

Paula Hellal

Charles West: 19th century childhood expert, Summer 2014

Barry I. Hoffbrand

Dr. Monro, Mr. Turner, and his mother, Spring 2016

Anne Jacobson

The “English Hippocrates” and the disease of kings, Fall 2017 New

Angela Ann Joseph

Ida Sophia Scudder, Spring 2015

Cynthia Kramer

Marie Elizabeth Zakrzewska: immigrant, physician, teacher, Spring 2017 new

K.N. Lai

Sun Yat-sen, father of the Republic of China, Fall 2013

William Leeming

Madge Thurlow Macklin: medical genetics, Summer 2014

Kevin Loughlin

Benjamin Rush: physician, patriot, and polymath, Spring 2015

Frances Oldham Kelsey: A medical profile in courage, Winter 2017 new

Byron McGaffey & Ann McGaffey

Hazel Louise McGaffey, MD, Summer 2014

Adil Menon

Joseph Goldberger: epidemiology’s unsung hero, Spring 2015

K.S. Mohindra

Mary Poonen Lukose, Summer 2014

Marie-Catherine Mousseau

Robert Todd: overlooking big achievements, Spring 2015

Kirtan Nautiyal

       Thomas Hodgkin: the limits of idealism, Spring 2017 new

Alex Ngo

Sir William Stewart Duke-Elder, Spring 2015

Maja Nowakowski

Rosalyn Yalow: Opinions and Actions, Spring 2016

Oladele Olajide Onada

Ephraim McDowell Cosgrave: Irish physician, Summer 2014

Anthony Papagiannis

Paul Brand and the myth of rotting flesh, Spring 2014

Krutika Parasar

Frank H. Krusen—the father of physical medicine and rehabilitation, Winter 2015

Yasaswi Paruchuri

Virginia Apgar: our Jimmy, Summer 2014

JMS Pearce

Elizabeth Blackwell, MD, Winter 2016

Wilfred Batten Lewis Trotter (1872-1939), Spring 2016

The mysteries of James Lind and scurvy, Fall 2016

Stephen Hales: the priest who pioneered clinical physiology, Winter 2017 new

Einar Perman

Carl Linnaeus – botanist and physician, Winter 2014

Nils Rosén von Rosenstein: founder of pediatrics, Summer 2012

Shireen Rafeeq

Avicenna, the prince of physicians, Winter 2015

Birju Rao

Joseph C. Carpue: failing to pass on the baton, Summer 2014

Sue Reeves

Cicely Williams and kwashiorkor, Spring 2016

Ramin Sam

Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, Summer 2012

Beerelli Seshi & Marshall Lichtman

Yellapragada SubbaRow: a profile in greatness, Summer 2014

Kate Elizabeth Shipman and Sudarshan Ramachandran

Thomas Addison, Fall 2014

Aditi Sivaramakrishnan

Pierre Bretonneau, Spring 2015

Jiyeon Son

Heo Jun: brilliant physician in 16th century Korea, Summer 2014

Alexandru Gh. Sonoc

Paracelsus: physician and alchemist, Winter 2014

Alan S. Weber

Ibn Sīnā cures a prince who thinks he is a cow, Summer 2014

Elliot Weisenberg

Rudolf Virchow, pathologist, anthropologist, and social thinker, Winter 2009

Frank A. Wollheim

Jan Waldenström and Dag Hammaskjöld: a friendship between two Swedish humanists, Fall 2011

Jan Gösta Waldentröm: a pioneer of translational medicine, Fall 2014

Torsten Almén 1931-2016. Inventor of non-ionized contrast media, Spring 2017 new

Rumen Vodenicharov

Nikolay Pirogov, the knight of virtuous deeds, Summer 2014

Roseanne Zhao and Roy Zhao

Alfred Salter: physician, visionary, politician, and social reformer, Spring 2015