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CEDG and HEC Welcome Konan Beke and Celia Mizelle

September 29, 2020

Konan Beke and Celia Mizelle have been selected as the new student leaders for the School of Medicine’s  Clinical Ethics Discussion Group This position also entails appointment to the UNC Hospital Ethics Committee. Outgoing leaders are Tyler Clay and Mark Baumgarten. Center for Bioethics faculty members Arlene Davis, Jean Cadigan, and Eric Juengst are advisors to … Read more

PHASES Guidance

July 13, 2020

Health, Bioethics Experts and Advocates Release a Call to Action to the HIV/Co-infections Research Community: “We must work together to give pregnant women the evidence base they deserve.” New Report Lays out Recommendations for Including Pregnant Women in Research on HIV and Co-infections Prevention and Treatment CHAPEL HILL, NC – July 10, 2020 – Pregnant … Read more

Incidental Enhancements: A Neglected Governance Challenge for Human Genome Editing Research

June 25, 2020

The increasing pace and international diffusion of developments in human genome editing research have prompted ongoing efforts to develop responsible governance for such research. One point of broad agreement across these efforts is that human genome editing research should prioritize medical applications over attempts to enhance human traits because of the moral concerns the latter … Read more

CENNC 2019 Conference

October 7, 2019

Ethical Issues in Caring for the Underserved: The Vulnerable, Marginalized, and Forgotten September 20, 2019 co-sponsored by the Center for Bioethics, ECU Brody School of Medicince, CENN, Eastern AHEC and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy

CEDG and HEC Welcome Sara Meyers and Lisa Michelson

October 3, 2019

Sara Meyers and Lisa Michelson have been selected as the new student leaders for the School of Medicine’s  Clinical Ethics Discussion Group This position also entails appointment to the UNC Hospital Ethics Committee. Outgoing leaders are Tyler Clay and Mark Baumgarten. Center for Bioethics faculty members Arlene Davis, Jean Cadigan, and Eric Juengst are advisors to … Read more

Social Medicine faculty featured in Oxford Handbook of Public Health Ethics

September 12, 2019

Congratulations to Center for Bioethics’s Jean Cadigan, Elana Jaffe, Eric Juengst, Anne Lyerly and Social Medicine’s Gail Henderson, Karen Meagher, and Tonia Poteat. The Oxford Handbook of Public Health Ethics is a prestigious international reference collection that publishes reviews of ethical issues in public health solicited from leading scholars around the world. The recently published volume … Read more

Clinical Ethics Discussion Group Spring 2019 Event

April 6, 2019

On April 2nd student groups from CEDG and Cardiology had a discussion about how the historical development of the artificial heart and other means of mechanical circulatory support (MCS) inform contemporary practice and of the ethical issues that follow from such technologic advancement. The Center thanks its CEDG leadership, Tyler Clay and Mark Baumgarten, for … Read more

Beyond Our Beginnings: 50 Years of Bioethics

February 12, 2019

“Beyond Our Beginnings:  50 Years of Bioethics“. We are hosting it at the Mews location at the  Graylyn International Conference Center In recognition of the Hastings Center’s 50th anniversary, this conference surveys the past, present, and future of bioethics scholarship, practice, and policy. The program addresses a broad range of issues and topics, including medical … Read more

Anne Drapkin Lyerly interviewed by NPR

November 27, 2018

Rethinking Bed Rest For Pregnancy “The bottom line is that there’s never been any proven benefit of bed rest,” says Dr. Anne Drapkin Lyerly, an OB-GYN and professor of bioethics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Lyerly and colleagues in 2013 did a review of the scientific research on bed rest as … Read more