Author Archives: Global Health & Social Medicine

Congratulations to Llona Kavege recipient of the 2019/20 GHSM Postgraduate Scholarship!

We are delighted to announce the recipient of the 2019/20 Global Health & Social Medicine Postgraduate Scholarship. Llona graduated from Barry University, Miami, FL, at a Stamps Scholar with a double major in Biology and Philosophy. While an undergraduate, she … Continue reading

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Event May 22nd: “The Ethics and Practice of Disinvestment: On Knowing What Not to Do in Health and Social Care”

We are delighted to announce a forthcoming event titled “The Ethics and Practice of Disinvestment:  On Knowing What Not to Do in Health and Social Care” .  When: Wednesday May 22nd, 2019, 10:00-18:30.  Where: Anatomy Museum, King’s Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London, London … Continue reading

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Response to CAS ruling on Semenya’s case: Why this is a disappointing, although not surprising, decision. And what type of evidence should be considered in an appeal.

This blog post was written by Dr Silvia Camporesi and originally posted on her research blog here. As pretty much everybody else except those who were expert witnesses to the case or the judges, I was in London on Wednesday … Continue reading

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Bioethics & Society alumni series: Featuring Shayda Kashef (class of 2017), now public engagement research assistant in public health at King’s

Shayda Kashef (class of 2017), was one of the students of the very first cohort of the Bioethics & Society programme, as she started studying with us as a part-time student  in September 2014: “When I finished my undergraduate degree … Continue reading

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BrainEx technology: Consider the pig – killed, humanised, resuscitated, for the benefit of whom?

Consider the pig – they have made the headlines and the cover of the two major American scientific journals in  the last two years: first in Science when scientists led by George Church at MIT created humanised organs in pigs with CRISPR … Continue reading

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