Biomedical Ethics

Anatomy and Ethical Transgressions in National Socialism, Sabine Hildebrandt, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School

The history and ethics of anatomy focusing on the story of anatomy in National Socialist (Nazi) Germany as an example of ethical transgressions in the anatomical sciences and reveals the complex relationship between anatomists and the Nazi regime.

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Academic Medicine during the Nazi Period and Implications for Creating Awareness of Professional Responsibility Today? | William Seidelman, M.D.

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A More Perfect Human: The Promise and the Peril of Modern Science

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21st Century Genetics: Maximizing Benefits, Minimizing Harms | Christine Rosen, Ph.D.

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The Discovery of DNA: Implications for the 21ST Century

Exploring the question of nature versus nurture.

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