BIOETHICS, HUMANITIES & MEDICINE
|Ana S. Iltis, PhD|
|Carlson Professor of University Studies; Professor of Philosophy; Director, Center for Bioethics, Health & Society||Wake Forest College Department of Philosophy|
|Simone M. Caron, PhD||Professor of History||Wake Forest University Department of History|
|Mary Foskett, PhD||Wake Forest Kahle Professor of Religion & Albritton Fellow||Wake Forest University Department for the Study of Religions|
|Amanda M. Gengler, PhD||Assistant Professor of Sociology||Wake Forest College Department of Sociology|
|Pat Lord, PhD||Teaching Professor of Biology||Wake Forest University Departmen of Biology|
The interdisciplinary minor in Bioethics, Humanities and Medicine fosters students’ understanding of the ethical dimensions of science, health research and health care delivery – and more.
The Bioethics Graduate Program equips graduates to practice, teach, or conduct research about bioethics – as integral to the work of health care, biotechnology, and the basic sciences.
Find out about becoming a Member or an Affiliate of the Center for Bioethics, Health & Society at Wake Forest University.