The Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics would like to inform you about its two acclaimed summer programs for students and professionals.
The 4-day “Foundations in Bioethics” will run from June 9-12, and the 7-week Summer Institute in Bioethics (June 8-July 25) provides up to 200 contact hours. Both programs are suitable for undergraduates, graduates, and professionals.
The Summer Institute is known for its engaging and world-renowned lecturers, an enthusiastic alumni network, and opportunities to network with faculty and participants from all over the globe (over 25 countries on all continents were represented last year).
Students have a wide range of choices for seminar topics including Medical Ethics, Ethics of Climate Change, Policy Analysis for Bioethicists, Medical Humanities (often offered in both Spanish and English), Bioethics and the Law, Public Health Ethics, Military Ethics, Animal Ethics, Moral Reasoning, Ethics of Information, Tech-Ethics, and many more.
A link to our 2019 seminars is here:
All 7-week students present a poster at the School of Medicine at the end of the program, and some students work one-on-one with faculty to write an academic publication during the program. Several students from recent classes have since presented their work at Oxford, UNESCO, and other renowned bioethics conferences.
Pricing is very affordable and admissions are rolling. The next application cycle requests applications by Feb 1st. Please feel free to contact us at to discuss the program, and you can learn more here:
Finally, we have a number of engaging Youtube videos with our enthusiastic faculty, which you can view here:


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