Medical SchoolNew York University School of Medicine, 1964
AffiliationsChair of OB/GYN and Women's Heatlh Department, New Jersey Medical School - Also affiliated with University Hospital-Newark, and Hackensack Medical Center-Hackensack
AddressMSB E-506, 185 South Orange Avenue, Newark, NJ 07101
Partial-Birth Abortion on Trial - Spring 2005Court testimony - Judge Casey asks Dr. Weiss about finding the place on the baby’s head to puncture: THE COURT: You do it by feel, don’t you? WEISS: You always feel it. It’s right there where your finger is. THE COURT: If you feel it you can’t see it. WEISS: Usually you see it. So, when it’s right there you can usually, under direct vision, insert a sharp instrument into the skull or, at worst, by feel, not blindly, because you know exactly where it is and you feel it with your finger.
Appeals Court overturns NJ partial-birth abortion ban - United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit - 7-26-2000Page 7 of document: "Dr. Weiss, a professor in and Chairman and Chief of Service of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey--New Jersey Medical School ("UMDNJ"), oversees the provision of all obstetrical and gynecological care at the hospital, including abortions up through eighteen weeks lmp. He established a training program and teaches residents the full range of obstetric and gynecological care, including abortions. ...He has performed abortions since 1968 and has personally performed between 500 and 1000 abortions using the vacuum aspiration and D&E methods."
NAF. v. Ashcroft, Transcript Highlights regarding Partial-Birth AbortionApril 7, 2004: Court testimony by Dr. Gerson Weiss on how he performs partial-birth abortions. See page 26.
Gerson Weiss, professional profile – New Jersey Medical School