Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Interview transcripts and memos, field notes, correspondence, subject files, reprints, and newspaper clippings documenting multiple ethnographical medical sociology research projects conducted by Judith Swazey and Renée Fox, working independently and jointly under the auspices of the Acadia Institute which primarily focused on social, ethical, and policy issues in biomedical research and healthcare.
Copies of articles, reports and correspondence compiled for the 1972-1973 ad hoc advisory panel commissioned to investigate the United States Public Health Service Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male at Tuskegee and Macon County, Alabama.
International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg trials transcripts and documentary evidence of German medical experiments in the commission of war crimes and crimes against humanity
Documentation consists of two different series. One series is comprised of 35 legal-sized mimeographed volumes (11,538 pages) containing the English transcript of the proceedings at the trial itself. The other series consists of 29 manuscript boxes containing mimeographed copies in German (and some English translations) of the documents used in the preparation of the trial.
Photocopied correspondence, minutes, records, and reports gathered by NIH's Human Radiation Studies Task Force to evaluate and document NIH-related human radiation studies conducted under PHS authority from 1948-1974.
Correspondence, minutes, and reports of the society during Graham's tenure on the Governing Council and as president of the SRCD.
"The artificial heart: a case study of social and ethical issues posed by advanced medical technology" Collection
Interviews, interview summaries, testimonies, audiocassettes, field notes, and background articles created and collected by Judith Swazey and Renee Fox as part of their study of the Jarvik-7 artificial heart's development and clinical use.