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Announcing New MA in Bioethics Announcing New MA in Bioethics and a new Graduate Minor in Bioethics!

The Center for Bioethics is glad to announce the official launch of a MA in Bioethics (pending chancellor signature) starting Autumn Term, 2016. The MA is offered as a web-based program. For more information visit https://online.osu.edu/program/master-arts-bioethics or contact Matthew Vest(vest.45@osu.edu).

The Center for Bioethics is glad to announce the official launch of a Graduate Minor in Bioethics starting this Autumn Term, 2016. The Graduate Minor The Center for Bioethics is glad to announce the official launch of a Graduate Minor in Bioethics starting this Autumn Term, 2016. The Graduate Minor is offered as an online program and requires 12 credits (6 core; 6 elective) from BIOETHC courses.

For more information, contact Matthew Vest (vest.45@osu.edu).


Graduate courses offered this fall:

  • BIOETHC 6040--Bioethics Symposium (1.5)
  • BIOETHC 6010--Biomedical Research Ethics (3)\
  • BIOETHC 6020--Clinical Bioethics (3)
  • BIOETHC 6030--Bioethics, Law & Policy (3)
  • BIOETHC 7040--Bioethics & the Holocaust (3)


Fall 2016 Undergraduate Course Offerings

  • BIOETHC 2000* onsite (# 33785) and NEW offering online (#35154) -- Theory and Foundations of Bioethics
    M/W 3:45-5pm; Matthew Vest.45@osu.edu
  • BIOETHC 2010* (#3179) -- Biomedical Research Ethics TTh 10:15-11:30am; Ioan Beldean.1@osu.edu
  • BIOETHC 3000 (# 3250) -- Case Studies in Medical & Healthcare Ethics MW 11:20-12:35pm; Courtney Thiele.23@osu.edu


All undergraduate students are welcome to participate in the Minor (click here for Bioethics Minor Advising Sheet & detailed info

MinorAdvisingSheet_2_16.pdfMinorAdvisingSheet_2_16.pdf


*NOTE: BIOETHC 2000& 2010 fulfill GE requirements "Cultures & Ideas"

 

UPCOMING CONFERENCES

The OSU Medical Ethics Conference

Thursday, September 15 and Friday, September 16, 2016

Keynote speakers:

Farr Curlin, MD, Hagop Mekhjian Lecturer
Josiah C. Trent Professor of Medical Humanities
Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities and History of Medicine
Co-Director, Theology, Medicine and Culture Initiative at Duke Divinity School

Corinna Delkeskamp-Hayes, Engelhardt Award Recipient
Director of European Programs, International Studies in Philosophy and Medicine
Freigericht, Germany

Rabbi Samuel E. Karff, Chauncey D. Leake Lecturer
Rabbi Emeritus, Houston's Congregation Beth Israel &
Medical Humanities Faculty at University of Texas Medical School and Rice University

Ryan Nash, MD, MA
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Director, Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities, Hagop S. Mekhjian, MD, Chair in Medical Ethics and Professionalism

Click here to Register

For more information, contact Kelly Bolt: 614-366-8405 / kelly.bolt@osumc.edu



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