Bioethics Certification Program News
“Instead of mental health professionals discussing Donald Trump’s mental health and what we can do about it—which is not much—we should look to them to help us draw on family therapy techniques and other conflict resolution strategies to bridge the political divide,” writes Dr. Robert Klitzman, Academic Director of Programs in Bioethics at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies.
Dr. Amrit Ray, who is currently studying in the School of Professional Studies' Bioethics Certificate program, is slated to speak at an Oxford panel on "Compassionate Use Access to Investigational Medicines."
The Journal-Inquirer explores Dr. Klitzman’s study of the ethical questions that arise in medical experimentation.
The truth about at-home genetic testing is more complicated than many people may think.
The Bioethics director explained why it’s fraught for medical practitioners to diagnose anyone they haven’t examined.
Robert Klitzman recently wrote an article for CNN about gene editing and its potential ramifications.
The Bioethics graduate student interviews an expert on palliative care.
Voices in Bioethics, an online journal in affiliation with Columbia University, will feature stories from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
With the recent advances in gene editing technology, law makers and bioethicists fear the potential actions of “rogue scientists.”
Despite advances in HIV and AIDS treatment, attitudes toward the disease haven't changed much, says Dr. Klitzman.
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