Thank you to our #HealthEquityChampions for raising $4,120 on #UMNGive to the Max Day. Dr. John Song's work was a shining example of Bioethics at its best: scholarly but also genuinely making a difference in the lives of people who really need it. Thanks to everyone's support, we can continue to promote his vision for health Justice.
Just added: Prof. Leigh Turner's multidisciplinary course on social, ethical, and legal issues of stem cells and other biotechnologies. This is a great course for juniors, seniors, & graduate students interested in bioethics, health policy, health communications, & health law. Learn more.
In 2019, the Center for Bioethics welcomed Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellow Tankut Atuk, a third-year Ph.D. student in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Minnesota.
Through his fellowship with Bioethics, Tankut seeks to understand and redress the ways in which the Turkish State violates access to health(care) and fails in responding to its national HIV epidemic.