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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 6th ELSI Congress will take place at Columbia University in New York City from June 10-12, 2024.
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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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have released a new report: Using Population Descriptors in Genetics and Genomics Research.
Emily Wang, MD, Lisa Puglisi, MD, and Michelle Daniel Jones, ABD examine the ethical principles and policies surrounding the conduct of research with incarcerated individuals.
Division of Ethics Chief Sandra Soo-Jin Lee awarded G13 Grant for Scholarly Works in Biomedicine and Health from the National Library of Medicine at NIH.
New publication co-authored by Division Chief Dr. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee
The Division of Ethics is actively accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow whose research focuses on health equity and the ethical and social dimensions of emerging technologies.
Division Chief Sandra Soo-Jin Lee has been appointed to the President's Commission on the History of Race and Racism at Columbia University, as part of its university-wide anti-racism efforts.
In Culture and Medicine: Critical Readings in the Health and Medical Humanities, Arden Hegele and Rishi Goyal question the role of biomedical knowledge in cultural practice.
Discussion of the documentary, "Intersexion," with expert panelists, Mani Bruce Mitchell, Elizabeth Reis, Barbara Chubak, and Sean Saifa Wall with Sandra Soo-Jin Lee moderating.
Dr. Ruha Benjamin examines the twin crises of COVID-19 and police violence, mapping the multiple vectors through which racism attacks our bodies and body politic moderated by Dr. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee.