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Friday, December 2,2016

4VA Funded Students published on AHA Today

Scott Saunders and his group worked on a project titled "Who Died of Consumption? Race and Disease in the United States," which examined how minorities in the US experienced the Consumption "age" that ranged from 1870 to 1910. Their findings were published on the AHA blog on September 12, 2016 and can be found here.

Ian Criman and his group worked on a project that examines the methods developed by the students to understand the experience of disease as well as the advantages of using data analysis to understand social impact. The research was titled "Humanizing Data: Making Sense of Research on Tuberculosis" and can be read here.

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4VA Funded Students published on AHA Today

4VA Funded Students published on AHA Today

Friday, December 2, 2016

Scott Saunders and Ian Criman have published findings of their collaborative research in the American Historical Association blog. Each student worked with a group that focused on a different topic pertaining to tuberculosis.

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