Scott Korotkin, a 2014 graduate of the Bioethics master’s program at Columbia, found the program beneficial as a first-year medical student at the Tulane University School of Medicine.
The Executive Editor of the AJOB reflects on her bioethics graduate program and offers tips on getting your work published.
Molly Lucas, medical researcher in the field of addiction, studied the broader context of biomedical issues through the lenses of ethics, philosophy, history, and the law.
The rheumatologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, and Bioethics alumna explains how ethics training helps her as a teacher and practitioner.
Dr. Sharyn O’Halloran named Senior Vice Dean and Chief Academic Officer of Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies
Columbia University School of Professional Studies Dean Dr. Jason Wingard today announced the appointment of Dr. Sharyn O’Halloran as the next Senior Vice Dean and Chief Academic Officer of the School of Professional Studies.
Curious about the intersection of medical research and ethics, one alumna studied Bioethics and landed a role at Mount Sinai’s institutional review board (IRB).
Passionate about philosophy, this Bioethics alumna combined her interest in complex ethical issues with her aspirations in medicine.
Dr. Craig Blinderman of the M.S. in Bioethics program talks about palliative care, ethics, and how pain management can sometimes save a patient’s life.
Born in Tuskegee University's hospital, Bioethics grad Obiora Anekwe uses his talents to help vulnerable communities.
Intrigued by the intersection of science and society, journalist and thriller author Kira Peikoff studies Bioethics – and draws from it in her writing.