Race and Bioethics: Amplifying Diverse Voices
How can bioethicists and others better address and reduce racism that unfortunately persists in health care and other areas in the United States and many other countries? Come join us for this important panel of experts, including Harriet Washington (author of the best-selling, prize winner Medical Apartheid), Keisha Ray, PhD (University of Texas McGovern Medical School), Louis Voigt, MD (Chair, Ethics Committee, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and Joanne Suarez (Founder, Latinx Bioethics), to learn how we can best tackle these challenges.
Harriet A. Washington
Science Writer and Medical Ethicist
Author of Medical Apartheid, winner of the 2007 National Book Critic Circle Award for Nonfiction
Lecturer, MS in Bioethics, Columbia University
Keisha S. Ray, Ph.D.
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics, McGovern Medical School
Louis P. Voigt, MD
Chair, Ethics Committee
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Joanne Suarez, MBE
Founder & Executive Director, LatinX Bioethics
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