Category Archives: Bioethics

Dr Gry Wester appointed Lecturer in Bioethics at GHSM

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Gry Wester as Lecturer in Bioethics in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine. Gry Wester’s research interest lies at the intersection of political philosophy and public policy. Her work addresses … Continue reading

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What can you do with a Bioethics & Society Master’s degree from King’s College London? Check out some of the paths of our wonderful alumni

James Aluri (Class of 2015), worked a Research Associate at the Presidential Commission for the Study on Bioethical Issues in 2015/16 upon completion of the MA, before returning to medical school at John Hopkins University . You can read more about James’ … Continue reading

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Teaching Fellow (Mental Health Ethics) at King’s – deadline to apply August 27th, 2017

The main purpose of the Teaching Fellow position is to contribute to the delivery of modules on the MA in Medical Ethics and Law and MSc in Mental Health, Ethics and Law at King’s College London. This role particularly involves expertise in … Continue reading

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The UK Bioethics Postgraduate Student Committee is currently recruiting!

The Postgraduate Student Committee (PSC) consists of an interdisciplinary group of postgraduate students working in bioethics broadly defined- we consist of healthcare practitioners, lawyers, ethicists and philosophers. The committee are responsible for supporting the organization and continuing success of the … Continue reading

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Institute of Medical Ethics Annual Seminar Competition 2017 – deadline for applications September 16th

The Research Committee of the IME invites submissions for its annual seminar competition. The fund is £10,000 and whilst these funds maybe allocated to a single exceptional proposal, we are more likely to fund proposals from three or more applicants. … Continue reading

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