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KateGrauvogel_048Register for 2017 Fellows Lecture

Kate Grauvogel is an advanced doctoral student in the History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine Department at Indiana University-Bloomington. Broadly, her research interests include the history of women’s health, especially pathology and psychiatry in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Her current research focuses on women and experimentation in medicine, particularly the history of blood clotting disorders in reproductive-age women, and how physicians perceived the whole constellation of gender, reproduction, secretions, clots, and associated diseases.

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kluchin-articleRebecca Kluchin, PhD: On Her Fellowship and Foundation Board Position

“The fellowship allowed me to do the research and the time to think, the time to talk with physicians and public health experts,” she says. “It’s very rare that women’s health and women’s medicine gets this kind of support.”

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human leader Ellen Gritz PhDOn Being Human and a True Mover and Shaker

“One of my joys as a department chair is to identify these incredibly bright and talented young scientists, often to mentor them through their PhDs, and then to help them into faculty positions, and now to watch them gain tenure, and to have full-fledged academic careers,” she says.

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