The Program on Medicine and Religion promotes and conducts rigorous empirical, historical, theological, ethical, and legal scholarship to enrich our understanding of the meaning of illness and the myriad ways that religion and medicine each respond to the human predicaments of illness, injury, disability, suffering, and death, often in complementary and mutually reinforcing ways.
Follow the links to learn more about our projects.
- Conversations on Islam and the Human Sciences
- Developing a Religiously-Tailored Health Education Model for American Muslims
- Engaging Muslim Activists for Research on Community Health [E-MARCH}
- Chicago Atlas of Religion and the Practice of Medicine
- Conscience and Controversial Clinical Practice
- Developing a Religiously-Tailored Mammography Intervention for American Muslims
- Miracles: Spirituality/Medicine Interface Project
- Modern History of Medicine and Religion
- Project on the Good Physician
- Scientific Discoveries and Theological Realities: Exploring the Intersection of Islam and the Human Sciences
- Spiritual Concerns