History

Winter 2020

BY JAMES TOBIN

150 years ago, U-M made history when it converted a professor’s house

Carol Bradford
Winter 2020

170 years of empowering people to be leaders in health care

Sarah Gertrude Banks
Summer 2019

BY KATIE VLOET

Sarah Gertrude Banks, champion of women’s suffrage and health care

Professor James Gerrit Van Zwaluwenburg
Winter 2019

BY JAMES TOBIN

An early adopter of radiology at U-M

Soldiers from Fort Riley, Kansas, ill with the flu at a nearby camp in 1918.
Fall 2018

BY KATIE VLOET

Dean Vaughan and the 1918 influenza pandemic

ON A MISSION Mary Hancock McLean (M.D. 1883) became a champion for those in need, both in her native St. Louis and around the world. The newspaper clip below highlights one of her overseas missions: “Here in St. Louis, a cultured woman has abandoned an income of $10,000 a year and the comforts and enjoyments of the land of her birth to become a missionary in China.”
Spring 2018

BY LARA ZIELIN

Alumna Mary Hancock McLean, pioneering female surgeon

Dr. Howard Markel’s new book about the Kellogg brothers
Fall 2017

Dr. Howard Markel’s new book about the Kellogg brothers

Letters to the Editor/Dr. Novy III and Doctors of Tomorrow
Fall 2017

Dr. Novy III and Doctors of Tomorrow

Four generations at the Medical School
Summer 2017

BY KATIE GOLDRATH

Four generations at the Medical School