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Congratulations to Dr Frances Butcher Bioethics & Society alumna for being awarded a prestigious Wellcome Trust Research Fellowship for Health Professionals

Dr Frances Butcher, Bioethics & Society alumna (class of 2016) and currently a Specialty Registrar/Doctor in Public Health at the Oxford School of Public Health, has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Research Fellowship for Health Professionals to fund a DPhil/PhD … Continue reading

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John Harris’ Seminar Wednesday June 5th 12 pm “Xenia: Refugees, Displaced Persons and Reciprocity”

Don’t miss this talk on Wednesday!   Visiting Professor John Harris will give a very timely paper given the rough geopolitical times we are living in:   “Xenia: Refugees, Displaced Persons and Reciprocity” When: Wednesday 5 June 2019,  12:00 to … Continue reading

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Continuing to study at King’s – Lunch & Learn Jan 25th with Dr Silvia Camporesi to learn about our Master’s programmes

As you progress towards the end of your time at King’s, you may be thinking about what your next steps will be after finishing your studies. One important option to consider is postgraduate study, where you can follow your passion … Continue reading

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Forthcoming 2017 Journal of Bioethical Inquiry Symposium on “Investigating Public Trust in Expert Knowledge: Ethics, Narrative and Engagement”

Guest Editors: Dr Silvia Camporesi, Bioethics & Society, King’s College London, London UK; Dr Mark Davis, Sociology, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; Dr Maria Vaccarella, Medical Humanities, University of Bristol, UK Timeline for publication  The special issue is expected to appear … Continue reading

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Need for public engagement CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Editing debate – beyond embryo modification

Dr Silvia Camporesi and Dr Lara Marks comment for the Conversation on the recent application by researchers at Francis Crick institute to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority to use CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technologies to  human embryos: This is a controversial move, which would … Continue reading

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