Susan E. Lederer
Robert Turell Professor of Medical History and Bioethics
Office: 1420 Medical Sciences Center
Office Hours: TBA
My interests include Medicine and society in twentieth-century America; race, medicine, and public health; medicine and popular culture; research ethics; and history of medical ethics.
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, History of Science, 1987
M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, History of Science, 1979
B.A., Johns Hopkins University, History of Science, 1977
Susan E. Lederer (2008). Flesh and Blood: Organ Transplantation and Blood Transfusion in 20th Century America. Oxford University Press
Susan E. Lederer (1995). Subjected to Science: Human Experimentation in America before the Second World War. Johns Hopkins University Press
- “Dark Victory: Cancer and Popular Hollywood Film,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 81 (2007), 94-115.
- “Experimentation on Human Beings,” Organization of American Historians Magazine of History 19:5 (2005), 20-22.
- “Banking on the Body: Historical Perspectives on the Sale of Flesh and Blood,” ISPS Journal 5 (2005), 67-76.
- “Children as Guinea Pigs: Historical Perspectives,” Accountability in Research 10 (2003), 1-16.
- MHB 668 – Seminar: Fat and Thin: Making American Bodies