Community Ethics Committee

Community Voices in Medical Ethics is a diverse, Boston-based group of citizens providing feedback on medical ethics policies to the Harvard teaching hospitals. Community Voices and its affiliate Community Ethics Committee give the multiple communities of Boston a voice in the care they rely on. Learn more >

George W. Gay Lecture

In 1917, Dr. George W. Gay gave Harvard a fund to provide an annual income to support lectures “to the advanced, or graduating classes in the Medical School upon Medical Ethics, and upon wise and proper methods of conducting the business of physicians, as relates to fees, collections, investments, etc.” The Gay Lectureship perpetuates his deep concern for the welfare of his patients and his appreciation of the constantly arising social and economic forces that impinge on medical care. Learn more >

Lawrence Lader Lecture

The Lawrence Lader Lectureship on Family Planning and Reproductive Rights at Harvard Medical School was established by a generous gift from advocate and author Lawrence Lader. Learn more >

Henry Hardy Lecture

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Neuroethics Seminar Series

The Neuroethics Seminar Series is designed to explore a diverse range of subjects at the intersection of neuroscience and ethics. In a typical seminar, three expert discussants will come together to explore a topic. Learn more >