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CELAB's Research Associate, Péter Kakuk elected as the next president of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare

September 5, 2016

On the 19th of August, CELAB's research associate, Péter Kakuk was elected as the next president of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare (www.espmh.org). He was elected during the Society's general assembly meeting in Zagreb that was held as part of their 30th annual scientific conference. Péter will serve the ESPMH Board for 3 years as President-elect, then another 3 years as President of Society.

Disaster Justice and Vulnerability in Disaster Ethics

June 7, 2016

Disaster Justice and Vulnerability in Disaster Ethics

On the 21-22nd of April, CEU hosted a conference under the same title – jointly organized by CELAB and the University of Debrecen – that also signalled the last stage of a four years long research and networking project.  The Disaster Bioethics project - COST Action IS1201 - attempted to bring together both practioners and researchers from a diversity of fields in order to reflect on ethical issues emerging from disaster management.

Conference on Patients' Safety in Hungary

April 6, 2016
Conference on Patients' Safety in Hungary
 
The Hungarian Society on Patients' Safety, in cooperation with its Australian partner society organized its second annual conference on contemporary patient safety issues.

Science Day at the University Club in Bonn

February 18, 2016

Science Day at the University Club in Bonn

Discussion of the CRISPR/Cas9

On 15th of February, 2016 members of the DRZE (Deutsches referenzzentrum für Ethik in den Biowissenschaften) Advisory Board, members of the DRZE Board of Trustees, members of the IWE (Institut für Wissenschaft und Ethik), DRZE and IWE Scientific Staff held a joint meeting in Bonn and discussed the CRISPR/Cas9 and Germline Manipulation.  

A Clockwork Brain: How can art deepen the social discourse of science such as Nero-enhancement?

February 17, 2016

With the title “A Clockwork Brain: How can art deepen the social discourse of science such as Nero-enhancement?” a dissemination event of the NERRI Project was held on the 13th of February 2016 in Reykjavik. The Centre for Ethics of the University of Iceland hosted a panel discussion and art exhibition at Art Museum.