Congratulations to Bioethics alumnus Adam Kelmenson, who was awarded the 2020 Early Career Researcher Prize at the International Association of Bioethics' 2020 World Congress of Bioethics.
His manuscript and research project “Restorative Research Ethics: Developing a Universal Model to Address Individual and Group Level Harms from Dated Unethical Practices Using a Historic 1960’s Era Twins Research Case-Study” secured him the prize for the North American region. This inaugural prize is sponsored by the Wellcome Trust.
Kelmenson is affiliated with the Department of Bioethics, Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Medicine.
Learn more about the M.S. in Bioethics program.