Enjoying: Disability as a Creative Force
Part 5 of The Hasting Center series, “The Art of Flourishing: Conversations on Disability” - Enjoying: Disability as a Creative Force
Pioneering Bioethics: An Anniversary Celebration (Panel #2)
The Bioethics Program of Clarkson University and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Present the Twentieth Anniversary Lecture Series
Disability Justice and the Future of American Society: Lessons From COVID-19
Join Joel Michael Reynolds, KIE Senior Research Scholar and Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Disability Studies on September 29th, 9pm ET (6pm PT) for "Disability Justice and the Future of American Society: Lessons From COVID-19"
KIE 50th Anniversary Bioethics Symposium
8am–4pm (Jun 5)
The Kennedy Institute of Ethics is pleased to announce a 50th anniversary virtual symposium on bioethics, to be held from June 1-5th 2021.
2021 Pellegrino Symposium: “This Moment in Bioethics”
The Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics will host the 2021 Pellegrino Symposium on Friday, May 21st.
Questioning Cure: Disability, Identity, and Healing
NEH/Hastings Center event on May 11, “Questioning Cure: Disability, Identity, and Healing,”
Bioethics Research Showcase Virtual Event & Awards Program
7pm–8pm (Apr 29)
The Bioethics Research Showcase is holding a virtual awards ceremony to announce the Showcase winners, and to highlight amazing Georgetown undergraduate student research in bioethics.Join us for the live-streamed event at -https://kennedyinstitute.georgetown.edu/showcase/
Bioethics Research Showcase Submission Deadline
The Bioethics Research Showcase is a juried competition of undergraduate work that focuses on ethical themes in health, the environment, and emerging technologies. Georgetown undergraduates can submit their work online by Thursday, April 22, midnight EST.
“How Healers Became Killers: Nazi Doctors and Modern Medical Ethics”
The Office of the Dean for Research at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) will feature Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH – “How Healers Became Killers: Nazi Doctors and Modern Medical Ethics” on April 8th, 2021 4pm US EDT.This lecture is cosponsored by the School of Medicine Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE).
2021 John Collins Harvey Lecture – A Conversation with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci to speak at the 2021 John Collins Harvey Lecture hosted by the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics
Public Interest Technology University Network Panel: “Creating Responsive Government”
Senior Research Scholar and Director of Ethics Lab Maggie Little will participate on a panel "Creating Responsive Government" for the PIT-UN Friday, November 13th at 3pm US EST.
McDonald Agape Virtual Conference – “I Was Sick and You Came to Visit Me: Reflections on the State of Pastoral Care”
KIE Acting Director Dr. Daniel Sulmasy will co-moderate the upcoming webinar, "I Was Sick and You Came to Visit Me: Reflections on the State of Pastoral Care," scheduled for Friday, November 6th, 2020 9-5pm ET.
Webinar: Health and Biomedical Research Data Ethics
KIE Senior Research Scholar and Director of the Ethics Lab Maggie Little will speak as a panelist on Health and Biomedical Data Research Ethics on Friday, October 30th at 10:30am US EDT.
On Pandemics, Vaccines, Age, and Global Justice: A Conversation with Henry Richardson and Nancy Jecker
Humanities in Action: Academics and Public Writing
KIE Senior Research Scholar Karen Stohr will moderate a panel on academics and public writing on September 24th, 2020 at 5:30pm EDT.
The Completed Life Conference – A Case for Objections and Ethical Concerns
KIE Acting Director Dr. Dan Sulmasy will speak on September 17th, 12-2pm ET as part of a six-week virtual conference that investigates the idea of a "completed life."
Webinar: The Covid-19 Pandemic: Human Rights and Public Health in Japan and the United States
Join KIE Visiting Researcher Eriko Sase for a webinar focusing on human rights and public health in Japan and the United States.
Medical Ethics in a Time of Crisis
KIE Acting Dan Sulmasy will speak on June 9th, 12pm ET as part of an ongoing interview series of Georgetown faculty about their writing.