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Recent News

  • Dan Wikler and Nir Eyal, along with Samia Hurst from the University of Geneva Medical School, are co-organizing the 2014 Brocher Summer Academy in Global and Population Health, on Ethical Choices in the Measurement of the Global Burden of Disease.
  • Former Program in Ethics and Health post-doctoral fellow Shlomi Segall co-organized the March 2014 conference, The Value of Equality, The conference was held at the Center for Ethics, University of Toronto, where he is a Visiting Professor 2013-4.
  • Program in Ethics and Health founding director, Dan Brock, formally retired from Harvard at the end of 2013