Einstein-Cardozo Bioethics Graduate Education

The Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics is delighted to announce a competitive clinical and research fellowship for qualified applicants. The position can start as early as August, 2018; start date is flexible. Preferred applicants will have completed a degree in a relevant field in health or law; examples include medicine, nursing, social work, psychology, law. Preference to those with prior training in bioethics. Fellows will spend a substantial portion of their time learning to perform clinical ethics consultation; our service is one of the oldest and most robust in the US. There will also be mentored opportunities for scholarship and teaching. Montefiore Health System is a leader in innovative care for diverse, underserved populations and a major clinical training site. Albert Einstein College of Medicine is home to highly ranked and collaborative basic and clinical science departments. The fellowship includes a competitive salary and is full-time with benefits. Please contact the Center for Bioethics at bioethics@montefiore.org  for more information. 

Applicants should forward their CV, a letter of interest, and a writing sample to bioethics@montefiore.org with Montefiore Einstein Bioethics Fellowship in the subject line.

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We are no longer accepting applications for the new Bioethics Fellowship. The position has been filled, thank you to all who applied. 

Remembering John Arras, Former Bioethics Faculty Member 

Science at the heart of medicine 
 
 

Dear Friends of Montefiore-Einstein Bioethics,

I write with the sad news that John Arras, one of the original faculty of the Certificate Program in Bioethics, died on March 9, 2015. Anyone who had the privilege of observing John teach will recall his ready wit, his warm smile and his uncanny ability to engage students in the study of ethical issues in medicine. After leaving Montefiore, he directed the undergraduate bioethics program at University of Virginia,for many years and with great acclaim. His illustrious career also included assignments to President Obama’s Commission for the Study of Ethical Issues, consultation to CDC and NIH on bioethics issues, and numerous scholarly writings. Still, his greatest gift and joy was in teaching. Consider his quote below, from the University of Virginia Magazine, Spring, 2014:

“I see myself as being in the business of helping students become who they are going to become. I love being around young people, prodding them, arguing with them. There is a Socratic element to it, an intense connection between the teacher and student. It’s a kind of secular blessedness, to love what you do over a very long stretch of time. That’s as good as it gets.”

John Arras will be deeply missed. He made a real impact for good on the lives of many students and colleagues, which was for him, as good as it gets.

Tia Powell, M.D.
Director, Einstein-Cardozo Master of Science in Bioethics

 

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