A Message from Our Founder and Director
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: January 21, 2016    1 Comment

Every Voice Counts
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: February 3, 2016    2 Comments

2016 Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) National Solidarity Week for Compassionate Patient Care
Author: Lynn White    Published: February 8, 2016    5 Comments

Please Welcome the Newest Member of our Advisory Board
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: February 18, 2016    2 Comments

Survivor's Testimony Revealed
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: March 15, 2016    4 Comments

#NeverForget: Holocaust Education in the Digital Age
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: April 14, 2016    2 Comments

70 Years Later: Violations in Human Subject Research Ethics
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: June 29, 2016    2 Comments

MIMEH Mourns the Passing of Elie Wiesel
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: July 2, 2016    3 Comments

Second European Meeting on Nazi Medicine
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: September 14, 2016    2 Comments

MIMEH Goes to Washington
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: October 8, 2016    4 Comments

Celebrating MIMEH's First Anniversary
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: October 25, 2016    1 Comment

#GivingTuesday
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: November 29, 2016    2 Comments

Thank You: A Letter from MIMEH's Director
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: December 29, 2016    2 Comments

Pharmacist of Auschwitz
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: January 14, 2017    5 Comments

Freedom, Justice and Liberty for All
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: January 16, 2017    6 Comments

Medicine and the Holocaust in Medical Education: International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: January 27, 2017    1 Comment

The Evils of Dehumanization
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: March 17, 2017    2 Comments

MIMEH and University of Colorado to Host Yom Hashoah Program
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: April 15, 2017    0 Comments

Lectures on Inhumanity: Teaching Medical Ethics in German Medical Schools Under Nazism
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: April 18, 2017    2 Comments

Global Bioethics Initiative Summer Institute
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: April 20, 2017    2 Comments

Week of Remembrance Events
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: April 28, 2017    3 Comments

A Boy from Bustina
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: May 4, 2017    5 Comments

Announcement of the Department of Bioethics and the Holocaust of the UNESCO Chair of Bioethics (Haifa)
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: June 8, 2017    1 Comment

The Second International Conference on Medicine in the Holocaust and Beyond
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: June 8, 2017    1 Comment

A Message from MIMEH's Director
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: August 18, 2017    0 Comments

Eva Mozes Kor: A Survivor, An Activist, An Inspiration
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: September 17, 2017    0 Comments

View "Holocaust, Genocide and Contemporary Bioethics" panel on GrassRoots Community TV
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: September 17, 2017    0 Comments

Misericordia University Launches Center for Human Dignity in Bioethics, Medicine and Health
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: September 27, 2017    0 Comments

World Bioethics Day 2017
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: October 19, 2017    0 Comments

Panel - 70 Years after Nuremberg: What Have We Learned?
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: November 26, 2017    0 Comments

Kristallnacht Lecture - Dr. Tessa Chelouche
Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: November 26, 2017    0 Comments

Second European Meeting on Nazi Medicine

Author: Stacy Gallin    Published: September 14, 2016    2 Comments



Dr. Tessa Chelouche, Co-Director of MIMEH, presented a moving and engaging lecture entitled, "Jewish Doctors and the Artwork in Terezin," at last week's Second European Meeting on Nazi Medicine held in Prague, Terezin and Dresden.  This conference brought together historians, physicians and other professionals who are researching and teaching the subject from all over Europe.  Ample time was provided for in-depth tours of historical sites that remain meaningful to the Holocaust experience.  In addition, scholars were able to connect and discuss their shared interests.  These types of meetings are essential to the future of the field because they allow for the development of relationships and projects that will ensure that the study of medicine, ethics and the Holocaust continues within the general public and the field of medicine in particular.  Thank you to the organizers, Esther Cuerda, Matthis Krischel and Michal Simunek for their time and dedication to making the 2nd European Meeting on Nazi Medicine a success.





Comments:

Comment posted by Susan D on 10/13/16 at 5:14 AM
One of the attendees from this conference also attending the 6th Bioethics Congress held earlier this month in Kiev. He found this information very informative and these meetings are serving as a foundation for international educational collaborative initiatives.



Comment posted by Jacey J on 11/19/16 at 12:16 PM
Always a good job right here. Keep rolling on thogurh.





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