Matthew Burns (STS, York University): “Predictive Networks and the Plate Tectonics Revolution.” (Co-Supervisor: Ernie Hamm, STS, York University). 2022
Mat Mercuri (IHPST): “Basing Clinical Decisions on GRADE Recommendations: Implications for Practice and Lessons Learned about Evidence.” 2020
Nick Overgaard (IHPST): “On the Collective Intentionality of Epistemic Communities.” 2019
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (IHPST) : “Science as Créole: A Case Against Incommensurability.” 2014
Brooke Abounader, “Models and Modelling in the Physical Sciences” (co-supervisor: James R. Brown). 2013
Hakob Barseghyan, “A Theory of Scientific Change.” 2013.
Jenene Wiedemer, “Anesthesia and Entertainment: Nitrous Oxide in Nineteenth Century America” (co-supervisor: Pauline H. Mazumdar). 2006.
Katherine Wright: “Being Human in Post-War American Thought and Culture: A History from the Cybernetic Perspective.” 2003
Jill Lazenby: “Climates of Collaboration: Interdisciplinary Science and the Social Identity Perspective.” 2002
Andris Krumins: “Symmetry, Conservation Laws, and Theoretical Particle Physics (1918-1979).” 1999.
The Creation of Modern Science, Parts One and Two. Toronto: TopHat Publications, 2018
Electricity and Magnetism, A Historical Perspective. Greenwood Publications, 2007.
(editor) Scientific Revolutions: Primary Texts in the History of Science. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 2003.
(editor) History of Modern Science and Mathematics. New York: Charles Scribner’s Press, 2002, 4 volumes.
(editor) The Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution: Biographical Portraits. Scribner’s Science Reference Series. Volume 1. New York: Charles Scribner’s & Sons, 2000.
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“Covid-19 and the Generation of Novel Scientific Knowledge During a Dangerous Time” (with Lucie Perillat). Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice (forthcoming).
“Patients Participation in the Clinical Encounter and Clinical Practice Guidelines: The Case of Patients’ Participation in a GRADEd World” (with Amiram Gafni and Mat Mercuri). Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (forthcoming, 2021).
“Interpreting Risk as Evidence of Causality: Lessons Learned from a Legal Case to Determine Medical Malpractice” (with Mat Mercuri). Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, volume 22 (2016), pp. 515-521.
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