Tag Archives: Bioethics & Society

March 25th Careers in Bioethics event with Kate Harvey Senior Research Officer Nuffield Council on Bioethics

I am delighted to announce that, Kate Harvey Senior Officer Nuffield Council on Bioethics and King’s alumna, is coming back to King’s College London to talk about “Careers in Bioethics” . The event is targeted to the postgraduate students of the MSc in Bioethics … Continue reading

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2019 Bioethics & Society alumni series: Featuring Louisa Howard, class of 2018

Louisa Howard, Bioethics & Society alumna (class of 2018), currently a 3rd-year medical student at George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and recipient of Academy of Medicine of Washington DC  2018 Award for the Best Medical Ethics Essay … 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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What our Master’s students do after they graduate: Elizabeth Carlson and Andrew Barnhart

Elizabeth Carlson and Andrew Barnhart graduated from the Bioethics & Society MA programme at King’s College London in 2015. Elizabeth has just started her post-graduate career by recently becoming a policy analyst for the Provincial Government of Alberta through the … Continue reading

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Save the date for Professor John Abraham’s inaugural lecture “The battle for progress: How should pharmaceuticals be controlled?”

You are warmly invited to attend the inaugural lecture of Professor John Abraham on Wednesday 24 June at 18.30, in the Great Hall, Strand Campus. The lecture, ‘The battle for progress: How should pharmaceuticals be controlled?’, is part of the … Continue reading

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