By J. Alexander Navarro
People paid a price for prematurely celebrating the end of the 1918 flu pandemic.
By Katie Whitney
A historian unpacks the collection at U-M.
By Joel Howell
The 1918 flu and WWI wreaked havoc on U-M construction plans.
BY JAMES TOBIN
150 years ago, U-M made history when it converted a professor’s house
BY KATIE VLOET
Sarah Gertrude Banks, champion of women’s suffrage and health care
An early adopter of radiology at U-M
Dean Vaughan and the 1918 influenza pandemic
BY LARA ZIELIN
Alumna Mary Hancock McLean, pioneering female surgeon
Dr. Howard Markel’s new book about the Kellogg brothers
Frederick Novy and the birth of the physician-scientist
BY LAURA HIRSHBEIN, M.D., PH.D.; AND JOEL HOWELL, M.D., PH.D.
On cigarettes, once ubiquitous in hospitals
By Lauren Crawford; Photo by Austin Thomason
A 19th century medical sham
By James Tobin
A university rivalry and the roots of college football