The Pandemic Series: Drugs and Medication

Jeremy Greene is the William H. Welch Professor of Medicine and the History of Medicine, and Director of the Department of the History of Medicine and the Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He serves as Core Faculty in the Johns Hopkins Drug Access and Affordability Initiative, Associate Faculty at the Berman Institute of Bioethics, and holds joint appointments in the Department of History of Science and Technology and the Department of Anthropology at the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
This year-long series of Oakley discussions applies an interdisciplinary medical-humanities lens to the pandemic. The series is running in two parts: Corona Time: Making Sense of a Global Pandemic addresses a number of key questions in relation to the pandemic, including: history of epidemics, race and white supremacy, isolation and trauma, surveillance and emergency powers,and global health policy, all through discussions with guest speakers. In between Corona Time meetings, we are hosting a series of [email protected] events to see how our community here at Williams deals with and works through the pandemic.
Join us on Wednesday, March 3, at 5:00 PM for a discussion about drugs and medications in the time of Covid.