Published Student Research

Cause of Death Chart from Tuberculosis in the United States 1908 Book CropPosts researched and written by Virginia Tech students:

Courtney Howell, Victoria Irvine, Luis Villavicencio, and Ian Criman, “Humanizing Data: Making Sense of Research on Tuberculosis,” AHA Today, November 14, 2016. (link)

­­­­­Rachel Snyder, Sarah Tran, Scott Saunders, and Jay Pandya, “Who Died of Consumption? Race and Disease in the United States,” AHA Today, September 12, 2016. (link)

Phoebe Bredin, Murphy Massey, Andrew Climo, and E. Thomas Ewing, “Medical Research about Tuberculosis: Virginia Perspectives on Koch’s Cure,” Circulating Now, U.S. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division, posted October 5, 2015. (link)

Veronica Kimmerly and E. Thomas Ewing, “Gathering and Interpreting Data about Tuberculosis in the U.S.,” Circulating Now, U.S. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division, posted October 7, 2015. (link)

Grace Hemmingson, Scottie Lynch, Nancy Fowlkes Mason, and E. Thomas Ewing, “Radam’s Microbe Killer: Advertising Cures for Tuberculosis,” Circulating Now, U.S. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division, posted October 9, 2015. (link)