Research Chimps Go To Haven

December 21, 2012

All chimpanzees formerly used by the US federal government for biomedical research at New Iberia Research Center will be retired to Chimp Haven, a federal sanctuary in Louisiana

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Hadassah Magazine profiles Berman Institute Director Ruth Faden’s career in Bioethics and Public Health

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A Few Flu Facts

December 18, 2012

The coming of the colder months heralds different things for different people. The onset of winter does mean one thing for everyone: flu season

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Feeding The World Fairly

November 29, 2012

A Niarchos Foundation grant will fund planning led by scholars at Johns Hopkins University for an ethical framework to address food shortages and maldistribution.

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From our Thanksgiving archives: Soda exclusion pairs well with public health mission, but risks stigmatizing beneficiaries. Former Greenwall fellow Anne Barnhill offers some food for thought

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A Symposium to Organize An Ethical Framework for Obesity Prevention Comes to the Berman Institute November 28-29

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A new consensus statement on data and materials sharing and intellectual property in stem cell science from the Hinxton Group focuses on Japan and China

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What role should the private sector play in addressing public health challenges?

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