David Theodore / Hospital Design in the Computing Age
David Theodore specializes in the architecture of healthcare buildings as a form of medical technology influencing health care. David is a doctoral candidate in the History of Architecture, Medicine, and Science at Harvard University. Upon completion of the PhD program, he will join the School of Architecture, McGill University, as Assistant Professor. He has co-published on the history of medicine and architecture in the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, Social Science & Medicine, and Scientia Canadensis. An active design journalist and critic, he is a regional correspondent for Canadian Architect, a contributing editor at Azure, and a contributor to The Phaidon Atlas of 21st-Century World Architecture.