The Graduate Group in History and Sociology of Science comprises faculty from across departments in the School of Arts and Sciences and the University who share scholarly interests and expertise around science, technology and medicine.

Mark Adams (HSSC)
Asif Agha (Anthropology)
Robert Aronowitz (HSSC)
David Barnes (HSSC)
Etienne Benson (HSSC)
Charles Bosk (Sociology)
Philippe Bourgois (Anthropology)
Warren Breckman (History)
Kathleen Brown (History)
Randall Collins (Sociology)
Cynthia Connolly (Nursing)
Ruth Schwartz Cowan (HSSC)
Patricia D'Antonio (Nursing)
Peter Dodson (Anatomy)
Julie A. Fairman (Nursing)
Steven Feierman (HSSC)
Christopher Feudtner (Pediatrics)
Ann Norton Greene (HSSC)
Gary Hatfield (Philosophy)
Robert E. Kohler (HSSC)
Alan C. Kors (History)
Harun Kucuk (HSSC)
Lynn Hollen Lees (History)
Walter Licht (History)
Mary Susan Lindee (HSSC)
Beth Linker (HSSC)
Ramah McKay (HSSC)
Jonathan Moreno (HSSC)
Ann Moyer (History)
Projit Mukharji (HSSC)
Mark D. Neuman (Anesthesiology and Critical Care)
Sharrona Pearl (Annenberg)
Kathy Peiss (History)
Adrianna Petryna (Anthropology)
R. Scott Poethig (Biology)
Daniel Raff (Management )
Jason Schnittker (Sociology)
Nathan Sivin (HSSC)
Paul D. Sniegowski (Biology)
Susan Sorenson (Social Policy and Practice)
Rosemary Stevens (HSSC)
Janet Tighe (HSSC)
John Tresch (HSSC)
Adelheid Voskuhl (HSSC)
Michael Weisberg (Philosophy)