The KIE hosted Diane O’Leary, PhD, last week, who gave a talk on the topic of “Why Bioethics Should be Concerned with Medically Unexplained Symptoms.” O’Leary’s research focuses on medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) and psychogenic symptoms and the challenges these present to the medical and patient communities.
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.
Each year, a wide range of scholars from around the world apply to participate in the KIE’s Visiting Researchers Program. Meet this year’s scholars.
Born in Sardinia, Italy, Mario Ganau is a practicing neurosurgeon engaged in the application of exponential technologies in the clinical practice.
The KIE welcomes visiting researchers from China and the US, and bids farewell to others from Mexico and Brazil.
The Kennedy Institute is proud to host eleven visiting researchers representing eight countries around the globe this year.