This Bioethics alumnus, an aspiring teacher, recounts the life of Thomas “Blind Tom” Wiggins in his new children's book.
Marcia Angell praises Klitzman's nuanced approach in his book on how to make human research safe.
Bioethics director Robert Klitzman and Joseph Fins discuss the ethical and policy issues in brain injury and disorders of consciousness.
"Research won't ease the tragic circumstances confronted by many today, [but] it may help prevent many thousands facing them in the future."
Without price-guidelines, compensations “will surely escalate for eggs from donors without certain mutations (for example, breast cancer).”
In light of recent high-profile drug price hikes, the Bioethics director probes the intentions of pharmaceutical companies.
"There is a big set of ethical concerns here."
A recently proposed Ohio bill questions whether it is ethical to abort a fetus for the sole reason that it has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome.
What can’t DNA tests tell us about our mental health disorders and how best to treat them?