Portrait Photo of Henrietta Lacks

Local and Minority-owned Businesses Lead Design, Construction Contracts for Building Named in Honor of Henrietta Lacks

Community advisory committee formed to guide project; facility slated to open in 2025

Provide Tax Breaks to Encourage Electric Vehicle Manufacturers to Produce Low-Cost Models for a Fair Net Zero Transition, New Study Recommends

Prof. Fanzo co-authors research paper published in Nature Human Behavior
Portrait of Carlton Haywood

In Memoriam, Carlton Haywood, Jr. (1976-2021)

Remembering our friend and colleague

Tracking COVID-19 Booster Doses in the US States

Reflecting information on COVID-19 vaccination rates collected most recently on December 20, 2021

Mary Catherine Beach Elected Hastings Center Fellow

Selection recognizes outstanding accomplishment regarding ethical issues in health, science, and technology

eSchool+ Initiative Finds Widespread Discrepancies in School Covid Policies Between and Even Within Individual States

New national tracker of statewide school COVID policies includes district-level analysis in 20 states to monitor inequity in delivery of resources

Berman Institute to Update Deering Hall Donor Wall

Will recognize philanthropic support since building’s dedication a decade ago

Apply Now: Multiple Bioethics Postdoctoral Fellowships Available

Apply for Hecht-Levi Program or positions focusing on Pragmatic Clinical Trials or Infectious Disease

Join the Berman Institute at ASBH 2021

A guide to everything Berman Institute-related at the 23rd annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics + Humanities, Oct. 11-16

Agri-food Systems Transformation: New, Ambitious Framework Proposed to Monitor Progress

Prof. Fanzo seeks rigorous metrics system in piece published by the Food Policy Journal
An empty hospital hallway

Gail Geller Joins New Project as part of GLIDE Collaborative

Assessing ethical implications of uncertainty for clinical practice during a pandemic: the case of Covid-19 and physicians’ knowledge of evidence-based medicine

Perilous Medicine: The Quest to Restore Protections for Health Workers

Len Rubenstein’s new book highlights dangers health workers face during armed conflict as well as the struggle to protect them