The Institute sponsors conferences on its own and with partners, in-person and now both online and in hybrid formats.

Doctors Gave the Orders: 75 Years After the Nuremberg Medical Trial

Marking the 75th anniversary of the end of the Nuremberg Medical Trial and the announcement of the Nuremberg Code, this symposium, co-sponsored by the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, brought together international experts in history, law, and ethics who explored the trial and the events that led to it, and offered insights into the abiding relevance of the Trial to medicine today. 

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Pandemic Means the Whole World: COVID-19 & Global Bioethics

Pandemic means the whole world. Our webinar turns the focus of discussion toward concerns raised by the COVID-19 / new corona virus pandemic for the people outside the Global North.

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KIE 50th Anniversary Symposium: A New Era of Bioethics At Georgetown

This symposium, in association with the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics which celebrated its 30th anniversary, was a retrospective on bioethics at Georgetown and an exploration of future plans and possibilities.

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