On Utah Public Radio, the Bioethics director explains his personal connection to human subject research.
On PRI’s “The World,” Bioethics director Robert Klitzman cautions consumers against seeking clues about their heritage from at-home genetic testing kits.
Dr. James Colgrove discusses last December’s measles outbreak at Disneyland, Senate Bill 277, and the ethics of vaccinations.
In The Huffington Post, Dr. Robert Klitzman traces the legacy of medical ethics from World War II to the present.
Having witnessed the negative effects of human subject research, Dr. Robert Klitzman wanted to take a peek behind the closed doors of institutional review boards.
In the wake of a celebrity’s battle to exercise her rights over her embryos, Bioethics director Dr. Robert Klitzman explores the ethical dilemmas regarding embryo ownership.
The prolific M.S. in Bioethics program director launched his new book at the Columbia University Club of New York on Tuesday.
The Germanwings case brings up uncomfortable questions about when it is ethically necessary for a medical practitioner to forgo his patient’s privacy.
M.S. in Bioethics director Dr. Robert Klitzman weighs the legal and ethical standards when it comes to disclosing the potential dangers of one’s patients.
In the wake of the fatal and deliberate Germanwings plane crash by one ill co-pilot, what role do mental health practitioners have in warning authorities of potential harm?