Senior Research Scholar Bob Veatch comments on a case that fundamentally changed our thinking of doctor-patient relationships.
Dr. Stohr’s episode, “Democracy and Civility” asks: “‘Don’t discuss politics at the dinner table.’ Why not?” Listen to the full episode here.
KIE graduate Travis Rieder is interviewed in a recent episode of the “Conversation Earth” podcast, where he shares arguments and reflections from his body of work on overpopulation and climate change.
Senior Research Scholar Daniel Sulmasy is featured in a recent story on “Human Embryoids,” stem cells coaxed into organizing themselves into entities that resemble human embryos.
KIE Director Maggie Little and colleagues comment on a recent article in JAMA Pediatrics they describe as unethically overstating the connection between of medication use during pregnancy and behavioral problems in childhood.
Former KIE fellows Colin Hickey and Jake Earl join the Overpopulation Podcast this week to discuss a recent paper co-authored with KIE alum Travis Rieder.
Former KIE Fellow Travis Rieder pens a personal and philosophical essay — and takes to the airwaves — on opioid dependence and the ethics of long-term pain management.
Dr. John Gluck’s personal journey and lifetime of theory and advocacy for animal rights is on display in a recent profile in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Faculty Affiliate John Gluck’s manuscript on ethical issues in primate research is given a feature-length review in the most recent edition of the Times Higher Education.
This week, the PHASES/Zika pregnancy ethics grant team heads to Buenos Aires for a series of international meetings and presentations.
Dr. Maggie Little will travel with the PHASES/Zika pregnancy ethics grant team to Argentina in November to deliver the GFBR keynote address.
A volume on natural law bioethics co-authored by Senior Research Scholar John Keown and the late Professor Alfonso Gomez-Lóbo wins two notable awards.
Dr. Tom Beauchamp is interviewed this week by Voices in Bioethics about his role in the founding and development of the field of bioethics.
KIE Director Maggie Little will join a panel of experts to identify priorities for the global health and research communities regarding the Zika virus at the upcoming annual American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) conference.
Former Director and Scholar of the KIE LeRoy Walters is featured prominently in the newest episode of WNYC’s popular Radiolab program.
Maggie Little offers her perspective on the crisis of uncertainty facing women who must take prescription drugs during pregnancy.
Faculty Affiliate John Gluck, bioethicist and former primate researcher, argues for a formal code of research ethics for animals akin to those that exist for the protection of human research subjects.
Travis Rieder, a former postdoctoral fellow, plus three other KIE affiliates, are featured in an in-depth piece on NPR’s All Things Considered.