Sedley Holocaust & Medicine Symposium - Day 2

February 01
9am-3:45pm

Online

A virtual conference presented in collaboration with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the NYU Grossman School of Medicine's Division of Medical Ethics

Sponsored by the Sedley Philanthropist Fund

Day 2 - Tuesday, February 1

  • 9:15 - 9:30am:  Welcome and Introductions
  • 9:30 - 10:45am:  Race and Medicine from Nazi Germany to Today
    • Featuring Mitchell Hart, Carolyn Roberts, Ulf Schmidt, and Reuben Warren. Moderated by Patricia Heberer Rice. 
  • 11am - 12:15pm:  How Has Contemporary Medicine and Health Care Responded to Issues of Race, and How Can We Do Better?
    • Featuring Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Phyllis Sharps, Elise Warda, and Matt Wynia. Moderated by Joseph Ravenell.
  • 1 -2pm:  Keynote Address by Deborah Lipstadt
  • 2 - 3:30pm:  Metaphors and Analogies to the Holocaust: Are They Ever Appropriate?
    • Featuring Elisabeth Camp, Edna Friedberg, Lisa Lehmann, and Kelly McBride. Moderated by Michael Smerconish.
  • 3:30 - 3:45:  Closing Remarks
     

Find out more about Day 1 here.
For the full conference agenda and more details on speakers, click here

Please Note: When signing up for the conference , you are automatically registered for both days.