Panelists discuss the ethics of presumed (or "emergency", or "implied") consent in the context of caring for patients with acute stroke. A Neuroethics Seminar Series Event with Winston Chiong, Lee Schwamm, and Jolion McGreevy

UPenn's Gutmann and Harvard's Garber to speak at annual bioethics lecture

UPDATE: This event has been cancelled.

The Boston Globe
by Curt Woodward

Boston Children's Hospital plans to build an app with Apple’s ResearchKit software system, which lets health care institutions connect directly with users of the company’s iPhone.

The inaugural gathering of the Center for Bioethics’ Master’s Program

Watch the streaming video of author Daniel Callahan discussing his book at an HMS public forum

Should the FDA regulate the sale of these devices? Should use of brain stimulation to enhance performance in gaming and recreation be prohibited, discouraged, encouraged, or required? Should a physician's prescription be required? Watch our panel discuss the science, ethics, and regulation of do-it-yourself brain stimulation and other forms of cognitive enhancement.

Science Friday
Center faculty member Dr. Aaron Kesselheim talks pharma pricing with Ira Flatow on Science Friday.

Joanne Waldstreicher, MD

Joanne Waldstreicher, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Johnson & Johnson
December 7, 2015
12:30-2:00 PM

The Wall Street Journal
by Amy Dockser Marcus

Kathy Giusti wanted her family to have their genes mapped and share the information. Some hesitated to take that step.