Myles Jackson is the Albert Gallatin Research Excellence Professor of the History of Science, NYU-Gallatin; Professor of History, Department of History, NYU-FAS; Director of Science and Society, NYU-CAS; and Professor of the Division of Medical Ethics, NYU-Langone School of Medicine. He has written on the history of nineteenth-century German physics and the history of molecular biology in the United States.
Jackson, M. W. (2015). The genealogy of a gene: patents, HIV/AIDS, and race. Cambridge: MIT Press.Read
Hui, A. E., Kursell, J., & Jackson, M. W. (Read
Eds.). (2013). Music, sound, and the laboratory from 1750 - 1980 [Special Issue]. Osiris, 28.
Jackson, M. W. (2006). Harmonious triads: physicists, musicians and instrument makers in nineteenth-century Germany. Cambridge: MIT Press.Read
Jackson, M. W. (2000). Spectrum of belief: Joseph von Fraunhofer and the craft of precision optics. Cambridge, MA.Read