Interested in the challenges that emerge in the development of new technologies and advances in clinical, translational and health prevention studies?
If so, join the Department of Bioethics for a virtual information session Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 2 p.m. (ET) to learn about the Research Ethics Concentration in the Master of Arts in Bioethics and Medical Humanities program at Case Western Reserve University.
At this event, Marsha Michie, associate director of the Research Ethics Concentration, will share insights into the concentration, personalized advising, program outcomes and the application process.
Other topics covered at the information session will include:
- Preparing specialists to pursue research ethics-related work or empirical investigations entering the job market;
- Observing in clinical ethics rotations, at our surrounding top hospitals;
- Collaborating with nationally and internationally known faculty on research grants, practicum projects and capstone papers; and
- Competitive research, teaching and program assistantships that offset a portion of tuition.