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.
Dr. Tom Beauchamp is interviewed this week by Voices in Bioethics about his role in the founding and development of the field of bioethics.
This month, the Bioethics Research Library will feature four new study carrels to be named and dedicated in honor of four founding figures of the field of bioethics.
The Kennedy Institute of Ethics celebrates the nearly-fifty-year career and life in bioethics of Dr. Tom Beauchamp on the occasion of his retirement.
Senior Research Scholar Tom Beauchamp shared reflections on his life and career at Georgetown at the 2016 Spring Faculty Convocation honoring faculty, staff, and philanthropists.
Explore this year’s iteration of the KIE’s popular online Introduction to Bioethics with an overview of the scholars and topics on deck for 2016.
Winners in creative and analytic categories were selected by a jury of bioethics and disciplinary experts, and honored at the Showcase’s two evening events on April 15 & 16.
KIE scholar Tom Beauchamp tackles the Nuremburg Trials, research abuses in the US from 1940-1970, and the current status quo in research ethics in an editorial in The Hoya.
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 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.
KIE scholar Tom Beauchamp traveled to the University of Delaware to speak on egregious cases from the history of research ethics, and the moral frameworks we can use to make sense of them.
Funded by a grant from the National Sciences Foundation (NSF), the KIE hosts the first of a series of high-level meetings on animal research ethics with colleges across the country.
KIE scholar Tom Beauchamp will play a major role in a project funded by the National Science Foundation to study the ethical use of non-human animals in scientific research.
KIE Scholar Tom Beauchamp, along with a small group of scholars at Johns Hopkins University, received a Challenge Grant from the federal government to analyze the conceptual, moral, and policy dimensions of the distinction between research and treatment.