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Health & Humanities Research Seminar: How to Think, or Not Think, About the U.S. Public Health Service Studies in Tuskegee & Guatemala

Location: Zoom

Date: Monday, February 7, 2022

Time: 4–5:15 p.m.

Contact: Phillip Barrish

About the Event

In this installment of the Health and Humanities Research Seminar, Susan Reverby, Ph.D., presents “How to Think, or Not Think, About the U.S. Public Health Service Studies in Tuskegee and Guatemala.” A distinguished historian, Reverby has written two books on the notorious Tuskegee syphilis study and also uncovered a study run by the U.S. Health Service in Guatemala that involved purposefully infecting sex workers, prisoners and others with syphilis. Reverby’s Zoom presentation will be followed by ample time for a Q&A and discussion.

For additional information, email Phillip Barrish.

Register to attend.

This event is presented by the Department of Medical Education at Dell Medical School and the Humanities Institute at The University of Texas at Austin.