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Core Faculty Member Featured in NPR Story on Childhood Type 1 Diabetes

Julia Taylor, MD MA a core faculty member at the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Humanities, was recently interviewed for an NPR story about Type 1 Diabetes in children and…

Chen and Shepherd write about the healing skill of being a team player

Chen and Shepherd write about the healing skill of being a team player.   Donna Chen, M.D., M.P.H., and Lois Shepherd, J.D., along with former bioethics interns Eleanor Muse and…

Now accepting applications for the Health Policy and Administration Internship Course. Applications are due by Nov. 1.

We are now accepting applications for the Health Policy and Administration Internship Course. Please click here for more information and application instructions.

Medical Center Hour Speaker’s New Book

MEDICAL CENTER HOUR SPEAKER’S NEW BOOK Writer Leslie Jamison’s newest book, Make It Scream, Make It Burn, earns high praise for being, according to a review on NPR, “a heady…

Medical Center Hour Speaker Creates an Inspiring Barbie Doll

MEDICAL CENTER HOUR SPEAKER CREATES AN INSPIRING BARBIE DOLL Tree biologist Nalini Nadkarni, who has spoken at two Medical Center Hours, was featured in NPR’s special video series, “Maddie about…

Beth Epstein, PhD, RN, HEC-C, FAAN, awarded the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 2020 Grenvik Family Award for Ethics

Please join the Center in congratulating our colleague, Beth Epstein, who has just received word that she has been awarded the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 2020 Grenvik Family Award…

Medical Center Hour – Wednesday, 25 September 2019 – The Public University and the Public’s Health – Dayna Bowen Matthew JD

Pinn Hall Conference Center Auditorium Wednesday, 25 September 2019 12:00 - 1:00 THE PUBLIC UNIVERSITY AND THE PUBLIC’S HEALTH   Dayna Bowen Matthew JD, Morgenthau Distinguished Professor of Law and…

Justin Mutter, MD, named Section Chief for the section of Geriatrics

Dr. Justin Mutter will become Section Chief for the section of Geriatrics beginning September 1, 2019. Dr. Mutter received his Undergraduate Degree from UVA followed by Rhodes Scholarship. He graduated…

Just Published: landmark handbook in public health ethics

Just published: landmark handbook in public health ethics with chapters by Lois Shepherd, Ruth Gaare Bernheim, Richard Bonnie, and Heather Zelle. Read the press release here.

Center faculty in reproductive ethics and justice join UVA’s civil rights office

Center faculty in reproductive ethics and justice join UVA's civil rights office in opposing Trump's proposed rollback of transgender rights in healthcare. Read the public comment here.