This dialogue explored the intersection of rights, policy and public advocacy. Tuesday, June 21, 2016.
The Institute for Bioethics has collaborated on and contributed to a new international bioethics journal.
Five Miller School faculty members will represent the Bioethics Institute at Washington, D.C., gathering.
The UM Ethics Programs have been designated a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center in Ethics and Global Health Policy.
Created in 1993 to coordinate UM Ethics efforts in Latin America and the Caribbean, “PABI” is also the name of our NIH-Fogarty grant.
The “Plataforma de Filosofía, Ética y Bioética en Cuba” is intended to foster apolitical research and collaboration.
UM Bioethics faculty have published "Changes in Academic Demands and ADHD in Young Children" in the JAMA Pediatrics.
Rosie Isasi,of the Bioethics Institute, Genetics Department and Genome and Stem Cell Institutes, has published an article on genome-editing policy.
Miller School students Gaurav Dhiman and Kyle Amber have teamed with Bioethics Program Director Ken Goodman on a paper about clinical decision support systems.. [Wolfie Fox photo]
Arsht Ethics Initiatives
Trustee, philanthropist and community leader Adrienne Arsht has given $3 million to the University of Miami Ethics Programs. It is the largest gift for ethics in Florida history.