Visiting Researcher Robert Robinson discusses themes in global environmental justice, with a special focus on the intersection of poverty and inequality.
Jeffrey Crowley, former Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy and Senior Advisor on Disability Policy for President Barack Obama, speaks on HIV and vulnerable populations.
Visiting researcher Kelso Cratsley explores common conceptions of coercion in bioethics, and argues for a more refined understanding of the term.
NIH biostatician Lisa Meier McShane will examine a scandalous 2008 case of cancer research gone wrong—partly brought to light by a GU grad—in an intimate discussion of the role statisticians may play in the conduct of ethical research.
Hospital specialists Gauri Raheja and Kenny Boyd discuss ethical and technical issues surrounding organ, eye, and tissue donation.
Kristen Katopol, Director of the Human Subject Protection Program at Georgetown's Medical Center, discusses Internal Review Boards: what they do, why they do it, and why it's hard.
Joel Kupersmith discusses ethical issues around privacy in genomic and other kinds of databases.
Senior research scholar Robert M. Veatch discusses doctors' orders, and why they're irrational.
Jake Earl discusses a moral challenge to the right to parent our own children, rather than adopt.
Lawyers John Gould and Mahnu Davar discuss ethical issues in the pharmaceutical industry's legal practices, including drug pricing and food and drug law.
Renowned bioethicist Loretta Kopelman asks whether health care providers have a duty to intervene when faced with the forced marriage of minors in their medical care—and if so, what that duty entails.
Lawyer Shawneequa Callier speaks on moral issues around whole-genome sequencing and medically-important incidental findings.
Explore the world of Islamic bioethics with visiting researcher Tuba Erkoc and the KIE's own Roxie France-Nuriddin, curator of Georgetown's Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics database project.
Laura Anderko will speak about ethical issues at the intersection of nursing, public health, and environmental justice.
Learn about the possible cures and probable confusions of genomic medicine with Dr. Kevin FitzGerald.
An extra-creepy installment of our popular cookies & bioethics series features the ethical and religious aspects of organ donation, with Dr. Abigail Rian Evans.
Kevin Donovan, MD, director of Georgetown's Center for Clinical Bioethics, will discuss some of the most pressing moral issues raised in the ongoing global outbreak.
Jim Giordano of Georgetown's Center for Clinical Bioethics discusses the ethics of accessing the brain and affecting the mind and self.