Entries by Bioethics @WFU

Triad Business Journal notes the rising demand for formal education in bioethics.

The Business Journal of the Greater Triad region published two stories relevant to bioethics graduate education.  The first describes the rising demand for formal bioethics education which arises, in part, from a growing biotechnology business sector.  The second gives examples of bioethics-related job opportunities.  You can find more information at The Business Journal website.

Bioethics Master’s Graduate accepts position with Presidential Commission

Michael Tennison, a recent alumnus and former Center for Bioethics, Health & Society Fellow, has accepted a position with the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.  Michael completed an internship with the Commission in the fall and has agreed to remain as a Research Associate.  For more information on The Presidential Commission for the Study […]

Nancy M. P. King quoted in article on “Bioterrorist Battles” in TheScientist Magazine.

Nancy M. P. King, Co-Director of the Center for Bioethics, Health & Society, and Professor, Department of Social Sciences & Health Policy, is quoted in an article from TheScientist Magazine, “Bioterrorist Battles”, which proposes utilizing flu vaccines as a means to test treatment for other potential bioterrorism threats.  You can read the full article here.  Learn more about […]

CBHS Visiting Scholar, Dr. James Jones, author of “Bad Blood: The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment”, makes major community impact

CBHS Visiting Scholar, James H. Jones, PhD, author of Bad Blood: The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment, offered several lectures and events on both the Reynolda and Bowman Gray campuses of Wake Forest and in the Winston-Salem community.  For a list of events that featured Dr. Jones during the week of Nov. 7-11 , see Visiting Scholar Dr. James Jones Events.  For […]

CBHS now accepting Funding Applications

The Center for Bioethics, Health, and Society welcomes a wide variety of bioethics proposals. Fundable projects include conceptual or empirical research, course development, community engagement, scholarly events and more. Funding may also be sought for the bioethics component of a scientific project for which funding is being sought from another source, including other Centers and […]