A new batch of projects launched this month reflects a broadened scope, with topics ranging from self-driving cars and animal welfare in agriculture to refugee policies under the Trump administration. The new research springs from the second round of internal grant funding for the JHU Exploration of Practical Ethics program,
Available for download: The Research Ethics Committee Assessment Toolkit (RECAT) is designed to facilitate evaluation of the operational needs of Research Ethics Committees (RECs) globally to inform local quality assurance and quality improvement efforts. The toolkit is published open-access for … Read More
The JHU BRIDGES Anticipatory Ethics Seed Grant Request for Proposals (RFP) invites JHU faculty and postdoctoral fellows to develop pilot projects exploring the ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSIs) of past, present, and future human genetic discoveries related to infectious disease management, using an anticipatory ethics lens. Link for more information.