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Bioethics news, resources and funding for global health researchers

Fogarty aims to strengthen research bioethics expertise in developing countries by providing resources and information to bioethicists, research ethics committee members, researchers, students, and everyone else involved in international health research. In keeping with its wider commitment to building the capacity to conduct research in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), Fogarty believes it is important to build in-country bioethics capacity. This enables local ethics review of research, improves research into the distinctive ethical problems in LMICs, and increases the representation of different voices in on-going global discussions of the ethics of health research.

Bioethics Resources

Video: How to develop a bioethics research proposal - Drs. Annette Rid and Robert Steel from the Department of Bioethics at the NIH Clinical Center off guidance on how to develop a research proposal for one of the Department’s programs aimed at training the next generation of bioethics researchers.

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In this photo Dr. Florencia Luna (center) is seated at a table talking with trainees. Photo courtesy of Florencia Luna

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Updated April 30, 2024