Subject: Biomedical science

Biomedical science

“At the MIT Press, we specialize in books that are interdisciplinary, and our authors are often building bridges between academic disciplines—for instance, an author who is both a philosopher and a neuroscientist, a linguist and a computer scientist, a physician and a creative writer, or a psychologist who is a poet and translator.”
Philip Laughlin, Senior Acquisitions Editor, Cognitive Science, Philosophy, Linguistics, and Bioethics

Critical Perspectives on Ancient DNA

Daniel Strand, Anna Källén, Charlotte Mulcare

Tornado of Life

Jay Baruch

Sex and the Planet

Margaret Pabst Battin

Crowded Out

Nora Kenworthy


Rachel Hall-Clifford, Arthur Kleinman, Waleska López Canu


Erik Davis


Erika Dyck

The Human Disease

Sabrina Sholts, Lonnie G. Bunch III

Craft Weed

Ryan Stoa

Inducing Immunity?

Roland Pierik, Marcel Verweij

Body Am I

Moheb Costandi

The Long Haul

Ryan Prior

Rebel Health

Susannah Fox

The Exquisite Machine

Sian E. Harding

Drugs and the FDA

Mikkael A. Sekeres

A Heart Afire

Patricia Meisol

Expanding Mindscapes

Erika Dyck, Chris Elcock

Sculptor and Destroyer

Mark P. Mattson

Methuselah's Zoo

Steven N. Austad

Sewer of Progress

Cindy McCulligh

War on All Fronts

Nicholas G. Evans

Data Paradoxes

Klaus Hoeyer

Ending Epidemics

Richard Conniff

Fertility Technology

Donna J. Drucker

The Body Fantastic

Frank Gonzalez-Crussi, John Banville