The Harvard Medical School community is home to world-class thinkers who engage the ethical dimensions of new discoveries and new ways of delivering care. In this time of extraordinary change, with rapid advances in biomedical science, the Center for Bioethics provides a crucial focal point for these discussions.
Harvard Medical School has taken a phased approach to welcoming members of our community back to campus to resume in-person activities. We will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community in every decision we make.
Join a Global Audience Answering Bioethical Questions
The Center for Bioethics sponsors free public lectures throughout the academic year. The George W. Gay Lecture focuses on medical ethics and The Lawrence Lader Lectureship on family planning and reproductive rights.
The Center for Bioethics works to ensure that values and ethics are always part of medical training, laboratory and clinical research, and professional education. Your contribution supports this mission globally, nationally, and locally. Make a gift today.