Professor emeritus at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and the philosophy department at Georgetown University LeRoy Walters remembers Dr. Robert M. Veatch in a tribute essay.
We are pleased to share Provost Groves’ announcement of Dr. Daniel Sulmasy as the Director of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics. Join us as we welcome Dr. Sulmasy to his new role as our director.
KIE Acting Director Dr. Daniel Sulmasy and Dr. Sheldon Rubenfeld Co-Edit New Book Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Before, During, and After the Holocaust.
Professor emeritus at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and the philosophy department at Georgetown University LeRoy Walters remembers Dr. Robert M. Veatch in a tribute Bioethics Forum Essay.
Save-the-date for the Virtual IBC 44 June 3-5, 2021
A Holiday Note from KIE’s Acting Director Dr. Daniel Sulmasy
KIE Senior Research Scholar and Director of Ethics Lab Maggie Little shares experiences and reflections from the virtual classroom during a webinar hosted by the Georgetown University Alumni Career Services.
KIE Acting Director Is Engaged as Ethics Consultant for the District of Columbia (DC) Department of Health Regarding Their COVID-19 Vaccination Plan.
Robert M. Veatch, PhD, Senior Research Scholar at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Professor Emeritus of Medical Ethics, and a Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Georgetown University died Monday, November 9, 2020 at age 81 after a short illness.
Through a generous grant from the McDonald-Agape Foundation, The Kennedy Institute of Ethics is pleased to announce a new McDonald-Agape Postdoctoral Fellowship in Bioethics.
In a conversation about COVID-19 vaccine distribution priorities, Henry Richardson and Nancy Jecker presented different approaches to the just distribution of scarce resources such as allocating vaccines across countries in a global health emergency.
Several KIE Scholars and students will present at the annual meeting of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities October 12-18, 2020.
On September 17th, 2020, KIE Acting Director Dr. Dan Sulmasy participated as a speaker on a panel for the Completed Life Conference
Our scholars are working with other leading experts to help provide ethical guidance in high-level healthcare policies and in day-to-day life during the COVID-19 pandemic. A sample of their direct public engagement can be found here.
KIE Senior Research Scholar Henry S. Richardson partnered with a global group of experts in co-authoring a new paper in Science entitled “An ethical framework for global vaccine allocation.”
The Bioethics Research Library has contributed to the COVID-19 DigitalGeorgetown collection over the last six months.
Learn more about the reference services provided by the KIE’s Bioethics Research Library, and the way they have shifted over the decades since the Library’s founding.