Catherine Belling, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Editor Since 1998
Catherine Belling's Ph.D., from Stony Brook University, is in English Literature, her dissertation titled "Acts of Flesh and Blood: Anatomy and Physiology in English Renaissance Drama." While a graduate student she began teaching medical students at Stony Brook School of Medicine, where she worked as course director for the required first-year Medicine in Contemporary Society course and taught in various other parts of the medical humanities curriculum and was Associate Director of the Institute for Medicine in Contemporary Society. In 2007 she joined the Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program at Northwestern University in Chicago, where she continues to teach medical students and in the new MA program, and focuses on research concerning medicine, interpretation, and anxiety.
Down Came a Blackbird directed by Jonathan Sanger
Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Talking to the Family by John Stone