Books

• The Nazi Doctors and The Nuremberg Code: Human Rights in Human Experimentation. George J. Annas and Michael A. Grodin, Editors. Oxford University Press, NY, 1992., 371 pgs., ISBN 0-19-507042-9. Reprinted as paperback, 1995, ISBN 0-19-510106-5 (pbk.). (Translated into Turkish, Adnan Menderes Universitesi, 1998)

•Health and Human Rights: A Reader. Jonathan Mann, Sofia Gruskin, Michael A. Grodin and George J. Annas, Editors, Routledge, NY, 1999, 506 pgs, ISBN 0-415-92101-5. Reprinted as paperback, 1999, ISBN 0-415-92102-3(pbk). Named 2nd of top 10 humanitarian books of 1999 by Humanitarian Times.

•Perspectives on Health and Human Rights. Sofia Gruskin, Michael A. Grodin, Stephen Marks and George J. Annas, Editors, Routledge, NY, 2005, 640 pgs., ISBN 0-415-94806-1. Reprinted as paperback 2005, ISBN 0-415-94807-X (pbk).

Selected Chapters

•Grodin M: Historical origins of the Nuremberg Code. In Medicine, Ethics and the Third Reich: Historical and Contemporary Issues. Michalczyk J (ed). Sheed and Ward, 1994, pp. 169-194.

•Annas G, Grodin M: Medical Ethics and Human Rights: Legacies of Nuremberg. In Medicine and Conscience. Ohne F, Kolb S, Seithe H (eds). Campus Publishers, Berlin, 1998. Reprinted in War Crimes and War Crime Tribunals: Past, Present, and Future.

•Annas G, Grodin M: Medizinische Ethik Und Menschenrechte: Das Vermachtnnis von Nurenberg. In Medizin Und Gewissen. Kolb S (ed). Mabuse-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1998. pp. 244-259.

•Sirkin S, Iacopino V, Grodin M, Danieli Y: The Role of Health Professionals in Protecting and Promoting Human Rights: A Paradigm for Professional Responsibility. In The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: The Victims’ Perspective Fifty Years Later. Danieli Y, Dias C, Stamatopoulou E (eds). Baywood Publishing for the United Nations, 1998. pp. 357-369.

•Grodin M, Annas G: The Nuremberg Code. In The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics. Emmanuel E, Grady C, Lie R, Miller F, Wendler D (eds). Oxford University Press 2004, pp .

•Rourke E, Crosby S, Grodin M: Refugee Women’s Health. In Our Bodies, Our Selves. Women’s Health Book Collective. 2004, pp.

•Grodin M: The Worth of Human Life: The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code. In PRIM&R Through theYears:1974-2004, Thirty Years of Human Research Protections 2006. pp. 189-192.

•Piwowarczyk L, Crosby S, Kerr Denali, Grodin M: Torture and Public Health. In Encyclopedia of Public Health. Heggenhougen K (ed). Elsevier, 2007, pp

•Annas G, Grodin M: The Nuremberg Code. In The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics. Emmanuel E, Grady C, Lie R, Miller F, Wendler D (eds). Oxford University Press 2008, pp 136-140 .

•Grodin M: “Hitler Should Have Finished the Job” : Counter Transference, Anti Semitism, Abandonment and Termination. In Casebook on Ethically Challenging Work Settings in Mental Health and the Behavioral Sciences. Johnson WB, Koocher G (eds) Oxford University Press 2009.

•Grodin M: The Contemporary Medical and Psychological Needs of Aging Holocaust Survivors and Their Children. In After the Shoah: Rebuilding Shattered Lives of Survivors of the Holocaust. Grodin M (eds) 2009

Select Articles

•Sassower R, Grodin M: Collaborations between physicians and humanists - beyond the metaphors. Journal of Medical Humanities and Bioethics 7(2):135-138, 1986. Reprinted 8(1): 52-55, 1987.

•Sassower R, Grodin M: Scientific uncertainty and medical responsibility. Theoretical Medicine 8:221-234, 1987.

•Grodin M, Schoenberg E: Jewish medical ethics: moral dilemmas and problematic decision-making in Jewish law. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy 2(1): 45-56, 1988

•Grodin M, Merrigan D, Burton L, Tobin H: Religion, Medicine and Public Health Policy: Explorations in Teaching. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy 3(1): 73-80, 1990.

•Annas G, Grodin M: The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code: Relevance for Modern Medical Research (Conference Report). Medicine and War: International Medical Concerns on War and other Social Violence 6(2): 120-124, 1990.

•Grodin M: The Nuremberg Code and Medical Research. Hastings Center Report 20(3): 4, 1990.

•Grodin M, Annas G, Glantz L: Medicine and Human Rights: A Proposal for International Action. Hastings Center Report 23(4): 8-12, 1993.

•Grodin M: Halakhic Dilemmas in Modern Medicine. Journal of Clinical Ethics 6(3): 218-221, l995.

•Annas G, Grodin M: Medicine and Human Rights: Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Doctors’ Trial. Health and Human Rights 2(1):7-21, 1996.

•Grodin M, Annas G: Legacies of Nuremberg: Medical Ethics and Human Rights. Journal of the American Medical Association 276(20):1682-1683, 1996.

•Gruskin S, Mann J, Annas G, Grodin M, et al: Health and Human Rights: A Call to Action on the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. JAMA 280(5):462-464, 1998.

•Moreno A, Grodin M: Torture and Its Neurological Sequelae. Spinal Cord 40(5):213-223, 2002.

•LeGraw J, Grodin M: Health Professionals and Lethal Injection Execution in the United States. Human Rights Quarterly 24(2):382-423, 2002.

•Grodin M, Merrigan D, Burton L, Tobin H: Religion, Medicine and Public Health Policy: Explorations in Teaching. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy 3(1): 73-80, 1990

•Grodin M: Religious Advance Directives: The Convergence of Law, Religion, Medicine and Public Policy. American Journal of Public Health 83(6): 899-903, 1993

•Grodin M: Religious Exemptions: Brain Death and Jewish Law. Journal of Church and State. 36(2): 401-416, 1994.

•Grodin M: Halakhic Dilemmas in Modern Medicine. Journal of Clinical Ethics 6(3): 218-221, l995. Abstracted in The Philosopher’s Index, Philosophy Documentation Center, Bowling Green State University.

•Grodin M: Religious Attitudes Towards Genetics: Opening A Larger Debate. Journal of Clinical Ethics 6(3): 246 247, l995. Abstracted in The Philosopher’s Index, Philosophy Documentation Center, Bowling Green State University

•Grodin M, Annas G.: Mad, Bad or Evil: How Healers Become Killers from Nazi Germany to Abu Ghraib. International Committee of the Red Cross Review, 2008.

•Nathanson J, Grodin M: Eugenic Sterilization and the Nazi Analogy, Annals of Internal Medicine 2000.