Sam Schotland is an MD-PhD student in history of medicine, pursuing his medical degree at the University of Michigan and his graduate studies at Yale. A Philadelphia native, Sam graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in History in 2015, and his M.A. in History from Yale in 2018. He works at the intersection of the histories of emotions, capitalism, and medicine. His current project explores the history of physician burnout, 1950s-present. Longstanding interests also include the history of children’s health, surgery and therapeutics, and material and visual culture. His historical scholarship has been published in Pediatrics and is forthcoming in Oxford Bibliographies. In his spare time, he enjoys trivia, theater-going, and used-bookstore-hunting.