Susan Baserga’s scholarly work on the history of women in medicine was highlighted by President Peter Salovey in his latest Notes from Woodbridge Hall. Congratulations, Susan!
“Even in the nineteenth century, women were well represented at a number of “eclectic” and homeopathic schools in the United States, as Susan J. Baserga (Yale B.A. ’80, M.D., Ph.D. ’88), Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, of Genetics and of Therapeutic Radiology, explains in her excellent history of coeducation at the Yale School of Medicine.”
—PRESIDENT PETER SALOVEY - NOTES FROM WOODBRIDGE HALL, SEPTEMBER 2016