2018-19 Seminar Series

November 28, 2018

Leading bioethics scholars from around the world lecture on vital issues in the field at our biweekly Seminar Series. Lectures, held at lunchtime, are free and open to the public.

2018-2019 Berman Institute Seminar Series
Seminars are video recorded and posted on our YouTube channel.

Upcoming Seminars

January 28, 2019 – POSTPONED
Alicia Ely Yamin, JD, MPH
“Power, Suffering and the Struggle for Dignity: Human Rights Frameworks for Health and Why They Matter”
Seminar Details
Feinstone Hall

February 11, 2019
Alex John London, PhD
“Ethical and Regulatory Issues With Autonomous Vehicles”
Seminar Details
Zayed 2117

March 11, 2019
David S. Jones, MD, PhD
“Must Innovators Study the Unintended Consequences of New Therapies? Lessons from Cardiac Therapeutics”
Seminar Details
Zayed 2117

March 25, 2019
Marion Danis, MD
“Engaging the Public in Setting Health Care Priorities”
Seminar Details
Feinstone Hall

April 8, 2019
Brian Carter, MD
Hutzler-Rives Memorial Lecture: “Insights from patienthood: A pediatrician and bioethicist’s reflections on pediatric palliative care”
Seminar Details
Zayed 2117

April 22, 2019
Effy Vayena, PhD
“Digital Health Ethics: The Systemic Oversight Approach”
Seminar Details
Feinstone Hall

May 13, 2019
Holly Fernandez Lynch, JD, MBE
“Evaluating IRB Quality and Effectiveness”
Seminar Details
Feinstone Hall

Past Seminars

September 24, 2018.
Jonathan Moreno, PhD
“Bioethics is Advocacy: Is That So Wrong?”
[YouTube]

October 8, 2018
Travis Rieder, PhD
“Bioethics, Pain Medicine, and America’s Opioid Crisis”
[YouTube]

October 29, 2018
Matteo Bonotti, PhD
“Opportunity Pluralism and Children’s Health”
[YouTube]

November 12, 2018
Peter Buxtun
“Marked Men: In Case You Didn’t Know about Tuskegee”
[YouTube]