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Dean's Seminar Series - Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH - Shared screen with speaker view
sabina dym
57:10
on what basis how did jews become categorized as degenerates or inferior
Adi Haramati
01:04:52
Please put questions or comments into chat
Sorell Schwartz
01:06:25
A tragic US history e.g. Foster Kennedy — viz Kennedy vs. Kanner in AJ Psychiatry
Robert Glazer
01:06:38
I can't help see the parallels between Aldous Huxley's Brave New World in 1932 and Hitlers rise to power
Shenita
01:07:10
Thank you! That was a great presentation!
Dr. Hauser
01:07:21
Will this important presentation be available to download later?
Sarah Laird
01:07:31
Thank you so, so much for your talk- Has this information been integrated into medical school curricula? What would be the best way to do so if not?
Robin Doroshow
01:08:57
As a member of the GWU faculty, I want to mention that every year we bring first-year students to the USHMM for a tour and a day of discussion on this topic.
Alfonso Gonzalez
01:09:02
Do you think that technologies like CRISPR, though in their infancy, can have the potential to become a form of population control/regulation at the genetic level?
Alexander Missner
01:09:20
Thank you so much for this fascinating talk. Do you think the biggest ‘risk-factor’ for the subversion of medical ethics was the fact that physicians became state actors? If so, what should the relationship be between the government and the medical field in any medical system? Would current trends in US healthcare that may increase government proximity to medicine spark caution?
Miriam Toporowicz
01:09:59
You mentioned a few physicians were opposed. What form did this opposition take? What happened to them?
Sorell Schwartz
01:11:10
Also Dr. Shiro Ishii commander of Japan’s Unit 731 escaped trial by offering infectious disease data to US Army.
Rachel Zemel
01:11:12
Who was the "Cast" book by?
Emma Rowland
01:11:17
Thank you for your informative talk. While the goal of medicine is to promote health by mitigating or curing disease and relieve pain and suffering as much as possible, is there a fine line between relieving suffering and promoting an “optimally healthful” existence through treatment and permitting the unique human experience that goes along with certain health challenges?
Roxie France-Nuriddin
01:11:32
Many Jews are European and indigenous to Europe. Why did National Socialist consider Jews a different race? Is not the problem religion?
Rachel Zemel
01:12:49
At GW, Dr. Linda Raphael does bring first year medical students to the Holocaust museum and they get a lecture on the T4 program and Nazi physicians. Some of my classmates (I am a med student at GW) had never been to a Holocaust museum before that mandatory GW med trip
Sorell Schwartz
01:14:05
We’ve been teaching the history of human experimentation to GUMC graduate students since 1988.\
Robin Doroshow
01:23:17
Please tell us again where to find the recording of this wonderful talk.
Moshe Levi
01:24:08
The recordings are available on our website. GUMCResearch
Moshe Levi
01:24:58
Thank you for attending.
Moshe Levi
01:25:24
Thank you for your comment.
Rachel Zemel
01:25:33
NOOO
Rachel Zemel
01:25:38
I HAVE BEEN TO THE HOLOCUAST MUSEUM
Rachel Zemel
01:25:44
My classmates have!
Rachel Zemel
01:26:12
My classmates had never been to the holocaust museum before.