Scientists quickly concluded the Zika virus was the culprit. So when Zika returned last year during Brazil’s summer months of December, January and February — when mosquitoes are most active — health officials expected another surge in microcephaly cases. But that never happened

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Bioethics Fellows Look Forward

December 21, 2016

At a recent reunion, senior bioethics scholars and filmmakers joined current and former fellows to discuss communication and contribution to a healthy national dialogue in 2017 and beyond.

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Climate accords, controversial assisted reproduction and the CRISPR patent battle are among the year’s top stories

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Berman Institute Annual Report

December 16, 2016

Our latest annual report is out! Learn more about our community and work

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Mary Kasule: ‘I am currently serving as the University of Botswana’s coordinator for the Fogarty African Bioethics Consortium, which was started in 2013 by the Johns Hopkins-Fogarty African Bioethics Training Program through a grant by the NIH. Under the leadership of Prof. Nancy Kass and Prof. Adnan Hyder, the project aims to create a sustainable and viable institutional bioethics consortium’

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