February 3, 2022

Anson Koshy wins Distinguished Faculty Award in Professionalism

The McGovern Medical School Office of Professionalism has named Anson Koshy, MD, associate professor in the McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics, and the Department of Pediatrics, as the inaugural winner of the John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Distinguished…


December 11, 2020

Keisha Ray explores intersections across bioethics and humanities in virtual discussion

Keisha Ray, PhD, participated in a plenary session of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) 22nd Annual Conference in October, discussing “What About the ‘H’ in ASBH? Exploring the Intersections Across Bioethics and Humanities.” Ray’s comments begin at…


August 6, 2020

Blog by Keisha Ray discusses black bioethics and mainstream bioethics

“Black Bioethics and How the Failures of the Profession Paved the Way for Its Existence,” is the title of the latest Bioethics.net blog authored by Keisha Ray, PhD.  In the blog, Ray notes that “black bioethics has been having its…


August 1, 2020

Center faculty work with SCoPE to define professionalism

McGovern Medical School’s Student Committee on Professionalism and Ethics (SCoPE) features committee members from each class of second- through fourth-year students. In collaboration with others, the committee developed a definition of professionalism, established for teaching and practicing professionalism at all…


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