Einstein-Cardozo Bioethics Graduate Education

News & Events

  • Conference presentation: June 22, 2018
    "Safe Enough: Exploring Ethical Issued in Complex Discharge"
    Speaker: Adira Hulkower
    International Conference in Clinical Ethics Consultation
    Oxford, England
  • Conference presentation: June 9, 2018
    "One Last Time: Clarifying Temporal Statutory Language in Clinical Settings."
    Speaker: Lauren Flicker
    Health Law Professors Conference
    Cleveland, OH
  • Dr. Tia Powell gave the keynote, "Sex, Cars, Money and Dementia," at a recent symposium at Cardozo Law
  • Adira Hulkower and Lauren Flicker co-authored an article in the most recent issue of The Hastings Center Report, "It's All Relative"
  • Adira Hulkower and Dr. Tia Powell are quoted in Crain's about the ethics of transplanting a liver infected with Hepatitis C into a Hep C negative patient. https://goo.gl/Rm6HGi 
  • Lauren Flicker was interviewed by Newsweek to discuss the ethical implications of a hypothetical prenatal test for autism. https://goo.gl/vvAusZ 
  • Dr. Tia Powell gave two talks at Stamford Hospital in CT on June 14. For Medicine Grand Rounds she spoke on Dementia, Ethics and Health Policy, and for the Bioethics Committee she addressed The Thriving Ethics Consultation Service. 
  • Conference presentation: June 10, 2017
    "The TRAP Trap: Misunderstandings About the Relationship Between Access to Contraception, Abortion Regulations, and Abortion Rates."
    Speaker: Lauren Flicker
    Health Law Professors Conference
    Atlanta, GA
  • Conference presentation: May 26, 2017
    "Conceptions of Safety:Ethical Issues in the Complex Discharge"
    Speaker: Adira Hulkower
    Annual John Corser Memorial Ethics Conference
    New York, NY 
  • 2018 Summer Internship
    Applications for the 2018 Bioethics Summer Internship are due March 1, 2018
    Click here for more information and to apply 
  • American Society for Law Medicine & Ethics, Health Law Professors' Conference
  • M.B.E. student Jill Werman Harris weighs pros and cons of preventive surgery options for women carrying the BRCA gene mutation, in an article in the New York Times Well Blog. 
  • In an opinion piece published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Dr. Powell discusses the process that led three NYC hospitals to reach different decisions about when to evacuate hundreds of patients
  • Institute of Medicine issues a report on staging antibiotics availability during anthrax attacks. Tia Powell, director of the Center for Bioethics and its graduate programs, served as vice-chair of the committee drafting the report.//
    Tia Powell, director of the Center for Bioethics and its graduate programs, served as vice-chair of the committee drafting the report.
  • Los Angeles Times interviews Tia Powell about the ethical and medical issues surrounding the use of robotic pets as companions for the elderly.
  • President Obama announces appointments to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. The Commission will be chaired by Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania, and co-chaired by James Wagner, President of Emory University.
  • Voices in Bioethics: In a special feature — Using Bioethics to Improve Healthcare — our faculty and students discuss the need for rigorous education in the field and the unique aspects of bioethics collaboration at Einstein, Cardozo and Montefiore.

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