Daniel Minchew (Minchew@ACT.ORG)
Wed, 14 Feb 1996 16:42:03 CST
I am reposting this internship and asking that you pass the message on.
Internship at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The United States Holocaust Research Institute, the scholarly division of
the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the Law, Medicine and
Ethics Program of Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health
are jointly sponsoring a project and major international conference on
December 8-10, 1996, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the
Nuremberg Doctors' Trial.
In conjunction with this project the United States Holocaust Research
Institute will be funding an intern to assist with the collection,
collation, integration and preparation of primary source documents from
the trial. Most of this research will take place at the National
Archives in Washington, DC and the Archives branches in Suitland and
College Park, Maryland.
The graduate student may work part-time during the academic year and
full-time during the summer. The anticipated length of the internship
will depend on the extend of research findings. The intern will be
jointly supervised by the research staff at the USHRI and Professors
George Annas and Michael Grodin of Boston University Schools of Medicine
and Public Health.
Please send C.V. and cover letter to:
Michael Grodin, MD, FAAP
George Annas, JD, MPH
Health Law Department
Boston University School of Public Health
80 East Concord Street, A-509
Boston, MA 02118
TEL (617) 638-4626
FAX (617) 638-5299
* The ability to read German would be advantageous.