Additional Seating Now Available for Medical Ethics and the Holocaust
or Watch Live over the Internet!

Additional seating is now available for registrants who received wait-list notices for any lecture in our “Medical Ethics and the Holocaust” lecture series.

All previous wait-list registrants are now confirmed for each presentation at Holocaust Museum Houston, 5401 Caroline St., in Houston’s Museum District.

Please arrive early for best seating. All seating is now on a first-come, first-served basis. Late arrivals may be seated for the video simulcast in an adjacent room.

To watch live over the Internet instead, courtesy of The University of Texas, you will need the free RealPlayer software installed on your computer. To download, visit and download the FREE RealPlayer. Then, point your software to . Visit our Web site at for the latest details.

This provocative lecture series and exhibit will explore how the medical practices of the Third Reich influence modern-day society. “Medical Ethics and the Holocaust” will attempt to reveal the origins behind the Nazi philosophy of “a perfect race” and investigate its implications for contemporary times and future generations. Some of the world’s most influential scientists, physicians, educators and authors, including three Nobel Laureates, will be discussing various facets of this subject throughout the Museum’s five-month program.
Admission to all 15 lectures is free, and all are open to the public. However, advance registration is required.

Don’t miss our companion exhibit:
“How Healing Becomes Killing: Eugenics, Euthanasia and Extermination”
On display at Holocaust Museum Houston’s Morgan Family Center,
5401 Caroline St., Houston, TX, 77004 in Houston’s Museum District
Sept. 7, 2007 through Feb. 3, 2008