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A welcome message from the chair of the Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics, Rita Charon, MD, PhD.
Learn more about and register for upcoming workshops and events in the Division of Narrative Medicine.
The Division of Ethics is holding its Grand Rounds for the 2022-2023 academic year on the theme of Incarceration and Health Justice.
The Division of Social Medicine & Professionalism maintains that the principles of medical professionalism are vital to the health care system.
For one day, faculty and students join together for lecture presentations, experiential learning, and workshop sessions.
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New publication from Caroline B. Moore, Deanne Dunbar Dolan, Rachel Yarmolinsky, Mildred K. Cho, Sandra Soo-Jin Lee. SocArXiv Papers.
New publication from Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, Paul Appelbaum, Wendy K. Chung. Cell. Volume 185, Issue 12, June 2022.
New publication from Maya Sabatello. The American Journal of Bioethics, Volume 22, Issue 7, pg. 43-46 (June 2022).
Dr. Clarence Braddock discusses five barriers threatening anti-racism goals in medical education joining a conversation with Dr. Monica Lypson moderated by Dr. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee.
New publication from Alexis Walker. AJOB Empirical Bioethics, April 2022.
New publication from Lewis, A...Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, et al. Science, 376 (6590), April 2022.
Whether you are a fellow in a STEM or clinical program, a graduate student in Public Health, training as a genetic counselor, or studying bioinformatics, we welcome you to join!
Dr. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee on the Committee on Use of Race, Ethnicity, and Ancestry as Population Descriptors in Genomics Research.
New publication from Melanie Jeske, Emily Vasquez, Stephanie M. Fullerton, Aliya Saperstein, Michael Bentz, Nicole Foti, Janet K. Shim, Sandra Soo-Jin Lee. PLoS ONE 17(2), 2022.
New publication from Magavern, Emma F., Deepti Gurdasani, Fu L. Ng, and Sandra Soo‐Jin Lee. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (2021).