The 2003/2004 Fellows Program at the Warren Center, Medicine,
Health, and Society, will be co-directed by Vanderbilt University
faculty members Larry Churchill (medical ethics) and Matthew Ramsey
(history). The study of medicine, health, and society is one of the
most dynamic and rapidly growing areas of interdisciplinary research
and teaching today. The year-long seminar will explore how various societiesincluding
our ownhave understood, experienced, and responded to disease.
The Warren Center will sponsor a Visiting Fellow with expertise in the area of study, in addition to selected Vanderbilt faculty members. Information regarding the internal and external applications processes can be obtained from the Warren Center.
For more information, contact the Center's executive director, Mona C. Frederick.
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