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Charting an Ethical Course in Conflict Zones

Prof. Len Rubenstein leads project responding to the ethical challenges in humanitarian health in situations of extreme violence

Berman Institute’s New Home Part of JHU’s 2020 vision

President Daniels shares third report on University’s decade-long plan

“Containment” Explores Infectious Disease Response

Levi Symposium considers history, politics and ethics of disease response in a post-genomic world

Cynda Rushton Named to Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame

Berman faculty member recognized for contributions in aging and nursing ethics

Academy Award Nominee Strathairn Headlines Cast for April 12-13 Event

Free “Theater of War” staged readings to catalyze discussion of contemporary end of life issues

Viewing Drug Shortages as a Public Health Crisis

JAMA Pediatrics paper by Prof. Yoram Unguru proposes critical medicines list as a solution to growing problem

Addressing Challenges of Children with Medical Complexity

Levi Symposium convenes stakeholders to focus on gaps in community supports, services and placement options

Apply: Genomics & Society Mentorship Program

Early Feb. deadline to apply for six undergraduate slots in 10-week Summer 2019 cohort

Prof. Fanzo shapes Lancet food systems report

Diet and food production must radically change to avoid potentially catastrophic damage to the planet

Ethics for Lunch

Monthly discussion at Johns Hopkins Hospital about an important clinical ethics issue

Celebrating 10 Top Stories from 2018

Look back at some of the many great Berman Institute achievements from 2018

Berman Faculty share response to human gene editing claims

A renegade. But not a charlatan. That was the opinion of a group of Berman Institute faculty about He Jiankhi, the Chinese scientist who claims to have used the gene-editing tool CRISPR to edit the embryos of twin girls that he said were born last month. In the wake of He’s announcement, the Berman Institute held […]