Dr. David Shaw's Interview with the NCCR AutomationIn this interview, Dr. Davis Shaw explains why automation and ethics cannot be separated and what he plans to work on in the context of the NCCR Automation.
Symposium "A Culture of Collaboration" 19.7.2022 - Save the DateThe University of Basel, together with the Research Ethics Committee of the Canton Zürich and swissethics, invites you to an international scientific symposium in honor of Prof. Peter Meier-Abt. It will take place on July 19, 2022 in Basel.
IBMB 10h Anniversary: Check out the upcoming events!Visit the website: https://ibmb.unibas.ch/en/outreach/ibmb-10th-anniversary/
Online Event: Building a Career in Pediatrics, 08.02.21, 17h00-18h30Join us on our first event centered around career, motivations and ethics to celebrate the IBMB's 10th Anniversary. The aim of the event is to have an open, honest dialogue about the successes, challenges, pitfalls and system errors of…
New PhD OpportunityThe IBMB is happy to announce an opening for a new PhD Candidate in Biomedical Ethics. Please find the information concerning the position and the project in the PDF.
Prof. Dr. Bernice Elger has been elected Hastings Center FellowThe head of our institute, Prof. Dr. Bernice Elger, is one of the 24 newly elected Fellows of the Hastings Center. The Hastings Center, located in Garrison, NY, USA, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization created from multiple…
Master Thesis by Elisa ElhadjSince the beginning of September, Elisa Elhadj, a master student in European Global Studies, has the exciting opportunity to write her master thesis in a collaboration between the IBMB and the Institute for European Global Studies (EIB)…
New Article: "Risk, Responsibility, Rudeness, and Rules: The Loneliness of the Social Distance Warrior" byWe have a responsibility to obey COVID-19 rules, in order to minimize risk. Yet it is still seen as rude to challenge people who do not respect those rules, when in fact the opposite is true; it is rude to increase risk to others. In this…
Several new Articles published by PD Dr. Stuart Roger Mc LennanA variety of recently published articles with contributions from PD Dr. Stuart Roger Mc Lennan, lecturer at the IBMB, can be find below:
PhD Defense of Helene Seaward on July 7th, 2021Topic: Challenges in the mental health care of older incarcerated persons
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