The Project on Medicine and the Holocaust is an international center involved in the research, teaching, service and advocacy of contemporary and historical issues arising from the role of medicine in the Holocaust.
The Project is constantly researching and compiling sources on all topics surrounding this issue. For a full list of ongoing research topics see Research or, for a full list of sources already compiled and to search the database, see our Resources.
The Project on Medicine and the Holocaust is a joint effort involving the:
- Department of Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights- Boston University School of Public Health
- Department of Sociomedical Science and Public Health-Boston University School of Medicine
- Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies
And the following non-profit, non-governmental organizations:
The Project was founded by Professor Michael A. Grodin, M.D. and represents the culmination of over 35 years of Professor Grodin’s scholarship, service, education and advocacy. The Project is being expanded to encompass an international group of scholars, experts and institutional partners. We aim to foster the development of the Project mission through a collaborative network that builds on the potential of modern information technology as well as personal collaboration and scholarly exchange.
Michael A. Grodin, M.D. Director
William Seidelman, M.D. Associate Director
George J. Annas, J.D., M.P.H. Associate Director
Linda Mancini Administrator
Erin Miller Senior Research Associate
Elana Axler Research Associate
Danielle Asbel Research Associate
Johnathan Kelly Research Associate
Natalie Joseph Work Study Associate
Boston University Affiliated Faculty
Steven Katz, Ph.D.
Bernice Lerner, Ed. D.
Rabbi Joseph Polak
Nancy Horowitz, Ph.D.
Christian Pross, M.D. Germany
Tessa Chelouche, M.D. Israel
Susan Benedict, M.D. United States
For more information visit the project website