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
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)
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 bioethics@Yale.edu by July 24th, 2019.
Looking forward to seeing you!