Poster Session

Event time: 
Friday, July 26, 2019 - 10:30am to 1:30pm
Event description: 

Please join students and faculty of the 14th annual Summer Institute in Bioethics for our end-of-program poster session.

Over 60 posters, including:

  • Words as a Window to our Mental Health: The Ethics of Predicting Mental Illness with AI Technology
  • The Justice of Two-Mother Embryos: Bimaternal Mice and the Case for Human 
  • Bimaternal Parenthood
  • Ghost in the Delivery Room: The Posthumous Use of a Minor’s Reproductive Material
  • UNdocumented = UNworthy of healthcare?
  • What Could Possibly Go Wrong?: Sociologically Informed Skepticism In The Face of Emerging CRISPR Technology
  • Ecosystems as Persons: Developing an Environmental Ethic of Care Informed by Native American Religions
  • Physician Participation in Capital Punishment
  • Doctors Across Borders: Telemedicine as a viable treatment for HIV
  • The Littlest Voice: Ethical Considerations in Obtaining Assent from Pediatric Patients During End-of-Life
  • Ethics of Transhumanism: Biological Immortality
  • Thinking Like a Writer: Literature, Empathy, and “Just” Care
Sponsored by:

The Summer Institute in Bioethics, Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, Yale University

Friday, July 26, 2019
10:30 am - 1:30 pm (“open house” – drop in when you can)
Lunch provided

Location: 367 Cedar Street, New Haven; Yale School of Medicine, Harkness Ballroom; Edward S. Harkness Memorial Hall; 

Directions: Enter the main entrance of Edward S. Harkness Hall (Harkness Memorial Hall), 367 Cedar Street, turn left; the door on left leads into Harkness Ballroom.

All are welcome to attend, though registration is requested for catering purposes.
Please RSVP to by July 24th, 2019. 

Looking forward to seeing you!