Max and Rose Leiserowitz Lecture
This eponymous Lecture was established in memory of Max and Rose Leiserowitz, with resources bequeathed from their estate by their niece, Roma Schneider, and the executor of the estate, Ivor Schneider.
- 21 September 2005:
Carl Elliot, University of Minnesota.
“Bioethical Challenges for Medicine in Relation to the Pharmaceutical Industry.”
- 24 August 2006:
Ruth Macklin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York.
“Ethical Challenges of HIV Prevention Studies.”
- 16 August 2012:
Dorothy Logie, Family Practitioner Borders Region, Scotland
“The Physician as Campaigner for Health.”
- 18 October 2017:
Gregory Pence, University of Alabama, Birmingham.
“Is the Romanian Orphanage Study (BEIP) like the Tuskegee Syphilis Study.”
- 30 July 2019:
Charles Weijer, Western University, Canada.
“The ethics of placebo controlled trials in surgery.”
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