Rosemary Stevens

Rosemary A. Stevens is a Dewitt Wallace Distinguished Scholar in the department of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College and a member of the National Advisory Committee of the Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research program. A health policy historian, Dr. Stevens has examined specialization in American medicine during the past 25 years, as well as the organization of care in the U.S., and physician practice arrangements. Previously she was the Stanley I.

Nancy Tomes

Nancy J. Tomes is a distinguished professor of history at Stony Brook University. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, she received her undergraduate education at Oberlin College and the University of Kentucky, and her doctorate in American history from the University of Pennsylvania (1978). She is the author of three books, two on the history of American mental hospitals, and most recently, The Gospel of Germs: Men, Women and the Microbe in American Life (1998), which won multiple book prizes.

Keith Wailoo

Keith A. Wailoo is the Townsend Martin Professor of History and Public Affairs and is jointly appointed to Princeton University's Department of History and Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He is the former vice dean of the Woodrow Wilson School. Previously, he served on the faculty at Rutgers for nine years and was named the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of History in 2006. Before joining Rutgers, Dr. Wailoo was a member of the faculty of social medicine and history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.