Professor of Health Law, Bioethics & Human Rights and Professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry
Michael Grodin is Director of the Project on Medicine and the Holocaust. Dr. Grodin has received numerous teaching awards and has served on national and international panels and commissions focusing on Judaism, medical ethics, human rights, and the Holocaust. He also received a special citation from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for “profound contributions—through original and creative research—to the cause of Holocaust education and remembrance.” He is the author of over 200 articles and the editor or co-editor of 7 books in the fields of Holocaust and Judaic studies, bioethics, health, and human rights.
Courses in Jewish Studies
- Jewish Bioethics (RN 439/739/STH TX 850)