The Bioethics Brief

The Bioethics Society at the University of Virginia

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  • Tuesday 6-7 in Alderman Cafe
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Bioethics Debate Gala

Wednesday, April 13th, 6:30-9:30pm

Newcomb Hall (Student Center), Charlottesville, VA, United States

Charlottesville, VA

Join the Bioethics Society for our big finale to finish off a great semester of events! We are collaborating with UVA Competitive Speech and Debate for a single round of debate followed by a reception. Admission is FREE and food and drink will be provided! There will also be an ASL interpreter present.

The topic of debate surrounds the ethics of human genome editing!

Our guest judges include:
UVA Professor Michael Timko
GSU-Law Professor Paul Lombardo
UMichigan-CBSSM Fellow Kayte Spector-Bagdady

Other Events Around Grounds

Health Disparities in Virginia: Policy Legacies, Current Realities and Prospects for the Future

Wednesday, April 6th, 3:30-5pm

Garrett Hall, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Charlottesville, VA

In Virginia, as in many other states, health disparities exist among racial, ethnic, socioeconomic and geographic groups. The burden of illness, disability and premature death disproportionately affects certain populations, with some groups enjoying better health and access to healthcare services than others. What factors account for health disparities in Virginia, and what solutions might help mitigate them? This panel brings together physicians and health policy experts to discuss the ethical, legal, medical and social implications of health inequities in Virginia—past, present and future. Co-sponsored by the Miller Center at UVA.

More information here.

Health Professions Fair

Thursday, April 7th, 12-3pm

Newcomb Hall, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Charlottesville, VA

Once a year in the spring semester, the Career Center sponsors the Graduate Health Professions & Graduate School Fair. Graduate school representatives attend this fair to meet University of Virginia students and recruit for their graduate programs. Students will have an opportunity to learn about particular schools and gain an early start on the graduate school application process.

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