The 2021 David Roscoe Award for an Early-Career Scholar’s Essay on Science, Ethics, and Society will be presented to the winner at ASBH.
The 2021 Bioethics Founders’ Award will be presented to the winner at ASBH.
Hastings Center presidential scholar Lucas Matthews will present at the ASBH conference: “Genetically-informed Education: The Problem or the Cure to Essentialism, Racism, and Ableism?”
Hastings Center advisor Faith Fletcher will present "A Critical Moment in Bioethics: Reckoning with Anti-Blackness through Intergenerational Dialogue" at this year’s ASBH conference.
Hastings Center PMRA Danielle Pacia will present at ASBH conference: "Abortion Clinics Dwindle While Deceptive 'Crisis Pregnancy Centers' Thrive: Epistemic Injustice Concerns and Policy Solutions."
Hastings Center scholar and editor Greg Kaebnick will join a panel “Meet the Editors” at ASBH conference
Hastings Center Rice Family Fellow Liz Bowen will present at ASBH conference: “Toxic Treatments and Transgenic Rats: The Ecological Dimensions of Disability Art.”
Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger will discuss “The Many Facets of Moral Distress across Healthcare Settings” at University of Penn Departments of Nursing and Bioethics.
Hastings Center scholar Erik Parens and Hastings Center Rice Family Fellow Liz Bowen present “Enjoying: Disability as a Creative Force” as part 5 of their NEH public events series “The Art of Flourishing: Conversations on Disability.”
The Hastings Center, in partnership with the Center for ELSI Resources & Analysis (CERA), will present an online discussion for journalists, “Law Enforcement and Genetic Data.”