The Center for Bioethics and the Humanities (CBH) at the University of Colorado is currently developing a world-class research infrastructure in bioethics and the health humanities. This includes the hiring of two to three new faculty members whose work involves the empirical examination of key issues in those fields. Click to review the job descriptions and application information for these research positions.
In 2019 we will launch a post-doctoral research program and recruit five to eight new fellows to the Center. Other future initiatives include creating a multi-institutional research grant development program and developing/disseminating educational materials specifically related to research in bioethics and the medical humanities.
The research program is under the leadership of Dr. Eric Campbell who recently assumed the position of Director of Research at CBH and Professor of Medicine at CU. For more information on Dr. Campbell’s research interests click here. For information related to the other faculty members in the CBH, please click here.
In the next few months, this page will expand to introduce initiatives and highlight activities related to research in bioethics and the humanities, so please check back often.
If you have any questions about the ongoing or future research initiatives at the Center for Bioethics and Humanites, please email Eric.G.Campbell@ucdenver.edu.
Risky Research: What Keeps You Awake at Night, is the focus of the 9th Annual CCTSI Research
Ethics Conference, to be held on Thursday October 25th from 11:45am-4:15pm at the Fulginiti.
Keynote speaker is John Lantos, MD, Director of the Children's Mercy Bioethics Center at Children's Mercy Hospital and Professor of Pediatrics at University of Missouri-Kansas School of Medicine.
Download flyer or view agenda & RSVP, as space is limited. Free and open to the public.