Ethics Research

Ethics is a dynamic field of inquiry. The complexities introduced to science by new technologies and methodologies and changes in expectations about how science should be conducted give rise to novel situations and concerns. Determining best practices in conducting research that is ethical requires reviewing the ethics literature and conducting original research.

Ethics Support is currently engaged in research projects in the following areas:

University Websites and Centers for Bioethics:
Baylor College of Medicine – Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy
MD Anderson Cancer Center – Integrated Ethics
University of Houston Law Center – Health Law & Policy Institute
Johns Hopkins University Bioethics Institute
Washington University Medical Center: Human Studies Committee
University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics
Michigan State University Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences
University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics
The Hastings Center: An Independent Bioethics Research Organization
The Medical College of Wisconsin Center for the Study of Bioethics
Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University