The Department of the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University is seeking a three-year postdoctoral fellow to work on a history of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health from World War II to the present. It is expected that at the end of the three years, the fellow, in collaboration with Institute faculty, will have completed a draft of a publishable history of the school. Candidates must have a PhD in history or related discipline and have a record of relevant scholarly publications. Research experience in the history of 20th-century public health and medicine is preferred. The fellowship carries with it a starting salary of $42,000, health benefits, and a $10,000 research fund. (The fellowship is subject to funding by the School of Public Health.) Prospective fellows should send a letter of interest, c.v., a writing sample, and three letters of recommendation to: Dr. Harry M Marks, Institute of the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 1900 East Monument St. Baltimore, MD. 21205. Review of applications will begin February 1, 2008. Starting date will be July 1, 2008. Johns Hopkins University is an AA/EOE and actively encourages applications from minority and women scholars.
Harry M. Marks Institute of the History of Medicine The Johns Hopkins University 1900 E. Monument Street Baltimore, MD 21205 410 955 4899