Medicine, Science, and Humanities
The Program in Medicine, Science, and Humanities represents a growing movement in medical education that draws attention to the vital interplay between humanities on the one hand and medical and allied health fields on the other.
Critical Global Health Studies
The Program in Critical Global Health Studies is dedicated to thinking globally about the structures and systemic issues that affect health.
Reproduction, Health, and Society
The Program in Reproduction, Health, and Society engages with scholarship and practice that critically examine how these forces come to bear on individuals, institutions, and communities.
Technology, Data, and Health
The Program in Technology, Data, and Health seeks to understand the complex role of diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive devices in changing the definitions of health and illness, while focusing attention on the increasing role that information technology takes on in mediating access to care in past, present, and future.
Race, Racism, and Health
The Program in Race, Racism and Health draws on the immense expertise of our affiliates to engage in research, outreach and actions committed to the study of and action against racism in medicine. The Center recognizes the immense importance of critically examining the role of racism in the production of medical knowledge and the linkages between racist thought and legacies of oppression.
Social Medicine in Medical Education
The program in Critical Pedagogies of Health and Society seeks to build students’ structural capacities in social medicine, an interdisciplinary field which engages clinical, social science, public health, and health policy perspectives to better understand and intervene upon the social determinants, social meanings, and social responses to illness and health.