Race, Racism, and Health

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 […]

Nathan Connolly

by pendari • November 20, 2017

I write about racism, capitalism, politics, and the built environment in the twentieth century. My work pays special attention to people’s overlapping understandings of property rights and civil rights in the United States and the wider Americas. I’m advancing, at present, two new book-length projects. The first is Four Daughters: An America Story. This collective […]

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 […]

Kathleen Page

by pendari • November 16, 2017

Dr. Kathleen Page, MD, is an Associate Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  Her work focuses on improving access and quality of care to the emerging Latino community in Baltimore. Her practice in the Moore Clinic and at the Baltimore City Health Department serves Latin American immigrants […]

Ayah Nuriddin

by pendari • November 15, 2017

Ayah Nuriddin is a PhD candidate in the Department of the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, and a graduate fellow in the Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine. She holds a Masters in History and Masters of Library Science (MLS) from the University of Maryland, College Park. Her dissertation analyzes African American […]