Media, Data, and Health

Henry Fessler

Henry Fessler

by pendari • July 5, 2018

Dr. Henry Fessler is a professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He holds a joint appointment in health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His areas of clinical expertise include pulmonary disease and critical care medicine. Dr. Fessler is the director of the fellowship […]

Tom Özden-Schilling

Tom Özden-Schilling

by pendari • January 24, 2018

Tom Özden-Schilling is an assistant professor of Department of Anthropology. He received his Ph.D from the MIT Program in History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society (HASTS) in 2016. Tom’s work investigates how expert institutions in rural communities in North America conceptualize social continuity and change during times of disruption and uncertainty. His current book […]

Gail Geller

by pendari • December 19, 2017

Gail Geller, ScD, MHS, is a Professor in the School of Medicine, core faculty in the Berman Institute of Bioethics (BI), and the BI’s Director of Education Initiatives. She holds joint appointments in the Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Departments of Health, Behavior & Society and Health Policy & Management, and the Krieger School’s Department […]

Sam Scharff

by pendari • November 28, 2017

I am currently working as an MD PhD student at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where I am developing my skills as a clinician, researcher, and educator. After completing my PhD dissertation, I will return for my final year of medical school and will apply to clinical residency programs. My research focuses on the […]

Zackary Berger

by pendari • November 21, 2017

I am an Associate Professor of General Internal Medicine and Core Faculty at the Berman Institute of Bioethics. As an internist, clinical epidemiologist, and bioethicist, my work centers on shared decision making and patient centered care: how these oft-cited concepts are discussed, negotiated, defined, regulated and implemented in theory and practice, including the political and […]

Clara Han

by pendari • November 20, 2017

I received a PhD from Harvard University and an MD from Harvard Medical School in 2007. My research interests cluster around themes of poverty, disease and illness, care and violence. I am particularly interested in the ways in which these themes are rendered in ethnography, through attention to everyday life and to the life of […]

Matthew DeCamp

by pendari • November 20, 2017

Matthew DeCamp, MD, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and in the Johns Hopkins Division of General Internal Medicine. A practicing internist, his current research focuses on ethical issues in health reform (focusing on accountable care organizations, ACOs). With K08 funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and […]

Panagis Galiatsatos

by pendari • November 17, 2017

Panagis Galiatsatos, MD is a physician in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. His research has focused on community health, health disparities, and resource allocation. In 2013, along with his colleagues, he established Medicine for the Greater Good at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and continues to serve as […]

Rebecca Wilbanks

by pendari • November 14, 2017

Rebecca Wilbanks received her PhD in 2017 from Stanford’s Program in Modern Thought and Literature, and holds a BA summa cum laude in comparative literature and biological sciences from Cornell University. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of the History of Medicine, and a Hecht-Levi fellow at the Berman Institute of Bioethics. Addressing the […]

Kirsten Moore-Sheeley

by pendari • October 26, 2017

Kirsten Moore-Sheeley holds a BA from Chapman University in History and Screenwriting and a Certificate in Global Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her dissertation, “Nothing but Nets: The History of Insecticide-Treated Nets in Africa, 1980s-Present,” examines how and why insecticide-treated bed nets became a cornerstone of malaria control in the […]