The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, in conjunction with the Capital Consortium for Neuroscience: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues (CCNELSI) (www.ccnelsi.com), presented a one-day symposium and panel discussion, "Use and Misuse of Neurology and Psychiatry: Lessons Learned from the Holocaust," on Friday, January 14, 10 am - 4 pm. Speakers included: Edmund D. Pellegrino, MD; Patricia Heberer, PhD; James Giordano, PhD; Kevin FitzGerald, PhD, SJ; Daniel Hall-Flavin, MD; Dirksen Bauman, PhD; and John K. Hall, MD, JD. Click below to watch video of the event.  Due to technical difficulties, the program is joined in progress and there is a short gap between parts one and two of the program.

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