Our mission is to inspire and guide health professionals so that they practice with competence, compassion, respect and justice and uphold their duty to protect patients. We serve as a resource for scholarship on the legacy of the Holocaust for contemporary healthcare and society and seek to create lasting partnerships between the Center for Bioethics and Humanities and like-minded community organizations.
Monday, April 24th from noon-1:00pm: AMC Campus - Presentation at the Fulginiti Pavilion “Healing by Killing: Nazi Doctors and Modern Medical Ethics,” by Susan M. Miller, MD, MPH, FACP and Tessa Chelouche, MD.
Monday, April 24th from 1:30-3:00pm: AMC Campus - Panel Discussion at Fulginiti Pavilion "Remembering the 70th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctors' Trials: Legacies and Lessons for Today’s Health Professionals.” Panel Discussion with Tessa Chelouche, MD, Susan Miller, MD and Stacy Gallin, DMH.
Monday April 24th at 6:00pm: University of Denver Reiman Theater "Remembering the 70th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial: Lessons and Legacies for Health and Society” Panel Discussion with Tessa Chelouche, MD, Susan Miller, MD and Stacy Gallin, DMH.
Wednesday, April 26th from noon-1:30pm at CU Law School - CU Boulder Campus Panel Presentation and Discussion - "The 70th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial: Lessons and Legacies for Law and Society." View Flyer →
Wednesday, April 26th from 7:00-8:30pm: Eaton Humanities Building - CU Boulder Campus Community Event: Panel Presentation - "Agency in the Midst of Oppression: Jewish Doctors, Ghettos and Public Health," with Tessa Chelouche, MD, and Daniel Goldberg, JD, PhD. View Flyer →
Thursday, April 27th from noon-1:30pm at CU Business School-Downtown Campus "Medicine and Morality in Nazi Germany," by Tessa Chelouche, MD, followed by a panel discussion, "Remembering the 70th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctors' Trial: Implications, Lessons and Legacies for Today," with Daniel Goldberg, JD, PhD, and Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH, FACP. Lunch will be provided. View Flyer →
"Lessons from the Holocaust," was presented by Franziska Eckert, MD on October 23, 2017 at the Fulginiti Pavilion. Dr. Eckert is a radiation oncologist at the University of Tuebingen in Germany, and has researched medical atrocities during the Holocaust. She shared her personal and academic perspectives on Nazi medicine.