The Journal-Inquirer explores Dr. Klitzman’s study of the ethical questions that arise in medical experimentation.
Robert Klitzman asks why doctors give celebrities special treatment, even if it ends up violating medical ethics and hurting a patient’s health.
Proudly attired in Columbia blue caps and gowns, students across the University’s 12 master’s programs celebrate their graduation.
The School of Professional Studies honors a group of outstanding individuals, including graduates Drew Muller and Adam Vigiano, the first two student recipients of The Campbell Award and the Dean’s Excellence Award.
The truth about at-home genetic testing is more complicated than many people may think.
Bioethics program director Robert Klitzman is featured in Health Affairs for his latest book on ethics in healthcare.
Can gene editing create a deadly weapon of mass destruction?
We may soon have the technology to edit the genes of embryos, but where does society draw the line?
HIV studies are receiving less participants because parental consent is often required.