Research: I am interested in placing epidemic temporalities into the focus of research in history of medicine, with particular attention to what comes after the end. This work includes exploring narrative frameworks, decision-making processes and their consequences, biomedical infrastructure, long-term effects of epidemic diseases, and vaccination politics and practices.
'History as a Partner in Public Health: A Report of the Foresight Thinktank on History of Epidemics', World Health Organization, Western Pacific Office, 2020
Jeremy Greene and Dora Vargha, '“Ends of Epidemics” in COVID-19 and World Order: The Future of Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation', Hal Brands and Francis J. Gavin eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020
'After the End of Polio.' In: Polio Across the Iron Curtain: Hungary’s Cold War with an Epidemic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Global Health Histories Series, 2018. 180-205
Jeremy Greene and Dora Vargha, 'Grey-market Medicines: diphtheria antitoxin and the decay of biomedical infrastructure'. The Lancet, Vol 389, April 29, 2017
After the End of Disease. Series on Somatosphere, May-August 2016