Senior Research Scholar Maggie Little will address the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues in May on the topic of bioethics education.
Dr. Emily Evans, who wrote her 2014 dissertation under the KIE’s Tom Beauchamp and Madison Powers, has been appointed a program officer at PCORI.
Specialists on the ethics of clinical research visited the KIE’s EthicsLab as part of a year-long NIH-funded project on HIV research during pregnancy.
Dr. Rebecca Kukla has been named Editor-in-Chief of Public Affairs Quarterly, a leading journal on current issues in social and political philosophy.
Dr. Rihito Kimura is invited to share his work on ethical research on radiation sickness with officials at the US Department of Energy.
The KIE’s Bioethics Research Library, together with partners at Georgetown’s Law Center, launches “The Ebola Outbreak: A Global Conversation and Resources”
Dr. Ashley K. Fernandes is named Course Director for Differentiation of Care at the Ohio State University School of Medicine.
Henry Richardson gave the Presidential Address of Human Development and Capabilities Association (HDCA) annual conference, whose theme this year was “Human Development in Times of Crisis.”
Elisa Hurley, PhD, has been named executive director of the Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) global nonprofit organization.
KIE scholar Henry Richardson has been invited to speak at the President’s Commission on the Study of Bioethical Issues about his work on the ethics of ancillary care.
Founding director of the Bioethics Research Library Doris M. Goldstein is honored with the Distinguished Service Award a the 14th annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH).
KIE clinical scholar Carol Taylor, together with colleagues at Georgetown’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences, are on a committee helping to plan the eighth International Conference on Clinical Ethics and Consultation in São Paulo, Brazil.
Funded by the National Science Foundation, a collection of bioethicists, including KIE scholar Tom Beauchamp, is taking up the question of medical research on chimpanzees in the second of a series of interdisciplinary meetings held at the KIE.
KIE Scholar Henry Richardson works with others on a National Institutes of Health (NIH) project focused on developing new research ethics guidelines for disclosing genetic information to research subjects.
KIE senior clinical scholar Carol Taylor travels to Lebanon and India to present her research and teach foundational topics in nursing ethics.
KIE scholar Tom Beauchamp, along with colleagues, have penned a reply to a recent Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report on the use of chimpanzees in biomedical and behavioral research.
KIE scholars Ruth Faden and Tom Beauchamp are honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Research Ethics from PRIM&R (Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research).
KIE Scholars Maggie Little, Henry Richardson, and Tom Beauchamp addressed Georgetown’s Board of Regents on the KIE’s Engaged Ethics Initiative for undergraduate students.