Medicine, Health and Society Research
The group's work reflects the recent shift in emphasis from the history of medicine to a more interdisciplinary focus, involving research in Social Sciences and Life Sciences as well as within History, Philosophy, and Culture.
Members are interested in medical experimentation, biomedical research and forensic medicine, public health and hygiene, welfare and governance, mental health and healing, as well as eugenics and biopolitics up to the present day. Members also study ideas about race, sexuality, and gender in Europe, Britain and America.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
On the map
Oxford Brookes University