Some celebratory reflections

For the celebration of the 25 years of HCS-Manguinhos, Steven Palmer, History Professor at the University of Windsor tells us a story of our former editor Jaime Benchimol.

The III Luso-Brazilian Meeting on the History of Tropical Medicine + XXIII Brazilian Congress on the History of Medicine

The event will discuss the history of diseases, particularly those characterized as “tropical” or “neglected,” and the history of the institutions and health policies.

The beginnings of bacteriology in Brazil

Jaime Benchimol reviews the introduction and development of Pasteurian medicine in Brazil.

The Politics of Vaccination

The article about the yellow fever vaccine in Brazil was written by Jaime Benchimol, member of our scientific editorial council.

History of tropical and neglected diseases from the 19th to the 21th centuries

The Symposium aims to promote broader reflections about these diseases on the national and international agendas.

Horizons and challenges

André Felipe Cândido da Silva and Marcos Cueto are the new science editors of História, Ciências, Saúde – Manguinhos. Read the letter on forthcoming pathways.

Roads Traveled

Science editor Jaime Benchimol says good-bye to História, Ciências, Saúde – Manguinhos front line.

Lady of the sea

In this interview to HCSM, the specialist in oceans Helen Rozwadowski talks about her professional trajectory and about the sea as a subject of history.

Social networks and scientific journalism: a challenge to editors

“I am optimistic about the prospect of reaching soon the full internationalization both of the academic journal as well as of its personas on social networks,” says Jaime L. Benchimol, scientific editor of História, Ciências, Saúde Manguinhos .