1. Dr. Markel’s latest PBS NewsHour column, “The Day Polio Began Losing Its Grip on America”

    April 12, 2013

    Read Dr. Markel’s latest PBS NewsHour column, “The Day Polio Began Losing Its Grip on America,” where he discusses the 1956 discovery of the Salk polio vaccine.


  2. Interview with author Andrew Solomon

    April 12, 2013

    On April 12, 2013, Dr. Markel interviewed author Andrew Solomon about his book Far from the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity at a fundraising event for the University of Michigan Depression Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


  3. Dr. Markel’s latest PBS NewsHour column, “How a Doctor Discovered U.S. Walls Were Poisonous”

    April 2, 2013

    Read Dr. Markel’s latest PBS NewsHour column, “How a Doctor Discovered U.S. Walls Were Poisonous,” where he discusses the discovery of the dangers of lead paint.


  4. Dr. Markel’s guest post for CNBC, “From Freud to Winehouse”

    August 10, 2011

    Read Dr. Markel’s guest post for CNBC, “From Freud to Winehouse.”


  5. “An Anatomy of Addiction” – Dr. Markel’s latest NYT best-seller

    August 1, 2011

    Learn more about Dr. Markel’s latest book, “An Anatomy of Addiction” – a NYT best-seller.


  6. Dr. Markel inducted into the UM Medical School’s League of Research Excellence

    July 19, 2011

    Dr. Markel inducted into the UM Medical School’s League of Research Excellence. The League of Research Excellence celebrates U-M Medical School faculty researchers who achieve significant success, and the inaugural group included those who have garnered $1 million or more in research awards or expenditures in 2010.


  7. Dr. Markel’s New York Times column: Marcus Welby was a perfect doctor, but behind the times

    June 13, 2011

    Dr. Markel’s New York Times column: Marcus Welby was a perfect doctor, but behind the times.


  8. Dr. Markel in New York Times

    May 21, 2011

    Dr. Markel quoted in New York Times article examining the historical stigma associated with AIDS.


  9. Dr. Markel in the Journal of the American Medical Association

    April 6, 2011

    In his ‘Literatim’ column in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Dr. Markel discussed a youthful Sigmund Freud’s blunder in overlooking a historic scientific discovery while experimenting with cocaine – its anesthetic properties. His colleague, ophthalmology intern Carl Koller, was the first to publish a paper on the drug’s use as an anesthetic.