Senior Research Scholar Henry Richardson has published a new co-authored paper in the New England Journal of Medicine. The paper, titled When Ancillary Care Clashes with Study Aims, examines whether medical researchers have a moral obligation to provide ancillary care in cases where doing so interferes with the study’s aims. Authors Richardson, Nir Eyal, Jeffrey […]
Senior Research Scholar Sean Aas was recently named Greenwall Foundation Faculty Scholar in Bioethics.
A report completed by Institute Director and Senior Research Scholar Maggie Little and colleagues was recently featured in Science as the leading guidance on the issue of maternal immunization ethics and the Zika virus.
KIE Director Maggie Little and colleagues, funded by the UK’s Wellcome Trust, have published ethical guidelines to responsibly and equitably include pregnant women in research related to public health emergencies, especially Zika.
New content this month: Mari Mikkola’s book is reviewed by Kathryn Gillespie, a Postdoctoral Fellow in Animal Studies at Wesleyan University.
Undergraduate students from all across the university submitted scholarship, representing nearly twenty different majors at the College, SFS, and NHS.
Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Kukla celebrates the diverse collection of unique and timely articles, due out in June.
Director and Senior Research Scholar Maggie Little, along with research team colleagues, will present selections from their work on the Zika virus at the upcoming meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health.
Dr. Amy Sepinwall, a graduate of Georgetown with a research focus in bioethics and applied ethics, will spend her yearlong fellowship researching moral complicity.
Work by a research team headed by KIE Director Maggie Little focused on pregnancy health ethics was recently referenced in a paper highlighting prominent work on the issue.
Researcher Shin Fujieda is scheduled to give an informal presentation of his research on the employment of religious concepts in Japanese public discourse concerning biomedical issues.
We caught up with new KIE visiting researcher Taylor Stone to discuss his work on the ethics of lighting design and why he came to Georgetown to pursue it.
KIE Director Maggie Little and Senior Research Scholar Rebecca Kukla publish chapters in Clinical Research Involving Pregnant Women, edited by Françoise Baylis and Angela Ballantyne.
In an interview-based post on the blog of the Journal of Medical Ethics, Mark Hakkarinen joins co-author Pingyue Jin to discuss their recent publication on the changing face of the bioethics field.
Mark Hakkarinen’s new article in the Journal of Medical Ethics, co-authored with Pingyue Jin, lists four decades of “highlights in bioethics” with a quantitative analysis of top-cited journal articles.
In a recent article in the British Art Journal, Dr. Keren Hammerschlag analyzes layered perspectives on the bodies painted by William Orpen at the turn of the twentieth century.
Senior Research Scholar Sean Aas has a new paper, “You Didn’t Build That! Equality and Productivity in a Complex Society,” forthcoming in the journal Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.
This week, the PHASES/Zika pregnancy ethics grant team heads to Buenos Aires for a series of international meetings and presentations.