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Capitano on Marion Quirici’s Grand Rounds

November 24, 2019

Near the beginning of her career, Marion Quirici was struck by the “impossibility of survival with dignity for people with disabilities under neoliberalism.” As the co-director of the Health Humanities Lab at Duke University, Quirici studies the lived experience of … Continued

Capitano on Paul Blom’s Grand Rounds

October 12, 2019

So what did you do last summer? For Paul Blom, PhD student in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, this question opens up a discussion on health, representation, art, human connection and so much more. On October 2nd, Blom … Continued

Edwell, Singer, and Jack Awarded Article of the Year by ARSTM

September 25, 2019

Three HHIVE members/alumni have been awarded Article of the Year by the Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine (ARSTM) for 2019! Jennifer Edwell, Sarah Singer, and Jordynn Jack won this award for their article titled “Healing Arts: … Continued

Diabetes and Dance Featured on UNC Website

August 11, 2019

HHVIE alumnae, Maebelle Mathew, Akhila Boyina, were featured on the UNC website this month! Their Dance and Diabetes study, which they conducted under the direction of HHIVE Founding Director Dr. Jordynn Jack and with the help of peers Destiny Ho, … Continued

Alumna Manisha Mishra Features in Publications

May 10, 2019

Manisha Mishra is a former HHIVE member and UNC student who graduated in 2018. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology and in medical humanities, with a minor in chemistry before moving to Tennessee this year to pursue a … Continued

Capitano Reflects on Tom Bush’s Grand Rounds

October 30, 2018

As positive press about recent lows in unemployment circulate in the U.S., there is in fact one profession that exceeds all others in job availability and will continue to do so through the year 2022. According to Tom Bush, Assistant … Continued