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Cynda Rushton Honored by American Association of Colleges of Nursing

Berman Institute faculty member to receive Bednash Lectureship Award in recognition of scholarly contributions to interprofessional education

Explore the Fascinating Field of Bioethics at Our Summer Institute

Prior bioethics experience not required for weeklong classes offered virtually and in-person. Register now!

Join Us Feb. 28 for a Master of Bioethics Program Online Info Session

Join faculty and staff to learn more about applying and scholarships for all admitted students

Joe Ali, Anne Barnhill, Anna Mastroianni, and Travis Rieder Elected Hastings Center Fellows

Faculty recognized for outstanding accomplishment regarding ethical issues in health, science, and technology

Berman Institute’s Debra Mathews Appointed President of the International Neuroethics Society

Will guide Society's effort to encourage and inspire research and dialogue on the responsible use of advances in brain science

Apply Now: Multiple Bioethics Postdoctoral Fellowships Available

Helping shape the next generation of leaders in bioethics

Berman Institute of Bioethics Launches New Podcast “playing god?” with Pushkin Industries

First of 10 weekly episodes debuts October 10

Internal Medicine Residents invited to submit applications for Jeremy Sugarman Award recognizing achievements in bioethics

JHU seeks to recognize housestaff for bioethics research achievement

Prof. Kadija Ferryman Named to NAM AI in Health Care Steering Committee

Initiative works toward a Code of Conduct for Artificial Intelligence used in health, medical care, and research

Jeffrey Kahn Appointed to Second Term as Director of Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics

Since assuming leadership role in 2016, he has enhanced the institute’s stature in the field, strengthened support for students and faculty, and fostered cross-divisional partnerships

University Presents Initial Design of Henrietta Lacks Hall

Berman Institute’s new home will adjoin Deering Hall

Berman Institute Faculty Receive NIH Grant to Help Establish Bioethics Training Program

Fogarty Program provides advanced bioethics training for scholars from sub-Saharan Africa who hold a bioethics-related PhD