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Laura Kolbe MD, 2016 Hook Scholar, now an instructor in medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, NY

Laura Kolbe MD, Hook Scholar in the graduating class of 2016, is now an instructor in medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York. A longtime writer, Laura published prose…

David Lapides’s podcast regarding the recent Minnesota Supreme Court Decision from Neurology

Listen to Recent Minnesota Supreme Court decision from Neurology Minute in Podcasts by clicking here.

Journeying Through Gender – Ellie Ransom

On July 10, 2019, the Center hosted a viewing of Journeying Through Gender as part of the Summer Fusion Seminar Series. The documentary was produced by Ellie Ransom, a young…

Gregory (Ory) Streeter MD (student award), Class of 2019 and Tim B. Short MD (faculty award): receive UVA’s 2019 Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Student Award

https://uvaconnect.com/short-streeter-honored-with-2019-leonard-tow-humanism-in-medicine-awards/?utm_source=SilverpopMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Connect%20May%2014%202019%20(1)&utm_content

Lois Shepherd’s essay on physician altruism is chosen for updated anthology

  Lois Shepherd’s essay on physician altruism is chosen for updated anthology, The Social Medicine Reader. Click here to read the essay: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/jlme.12172

Marcia Childress and Hunter Groninger present at special convening on human suffering

  Marcia Day Childress PhD participated in On Suffering: Pain, Precarity, and the Distintegration of the Self, a multidisciplinary, invitation-only meeting convened by Professor Ato Quayson at New York University…

Alexis Thurmond MD, Class of 2019, receives UVA’s 2019 Annette McDermott Award

The 2019 Annette McDermott Award was presented by the School of Medicine to graduating student Alexis M. Thurmond MD, Class of 2019 in acknowledgement of her sensitivity to and compassionate…

Bioethics fellow and interns attend conference in Washington, DC

On June 19th, a group from the Bioethics center- including our fellow and new interns-  traveled to Washington DC to attend a conference hosted by Gallup and Wellcome. There, presenters…

Dallas Ducar Nurse Practitioner Transitions and Walks the Lawn – Finally – As a Woman

Dallas Ducar, MSN, RN, CNL, NREMT-B and Founder of the Virginia Journal of Bioethics graduates from UVA's Nurse Practitioner Program with plans to join Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital's Transgender Health…

Mya C. Singleton “Ain’t I Human?: The Role of Bias and Erasure in the Medical Subjugation of African/Black Patients, A Personal Narrative.”

Mya C. Singleton, one of the Center's Summer Interns article:  “Ain’t I Human?: The Role of Bias and Erasure in the Medical Subjugation of African/Black Patients, A Personal Narrative.” GROUNDS:…