4 March 2020
The Ethox Centre is recruiting a researcher to conduct empirical research on the ethical and social issues that arise from the use of AI in population health and healthcare.
20 February 2020
The final report of a recently completed project on the Future of Care for Older Adults has been published.
12 February 2020
The Oxford-Berman Institute Bioethics Partnership has two post-doctoral research positions (one at each Institution) for researchers who are committed to interdisciplinary and transnational collaboration and who have a particular interest in exploring ethical issues at the intersection of global health and infectious disease. We are now seeking applications for the postdoctoral position to be based in Oxford.
28 January 2020
Governments, funders, and research bodies must take action to ensure that research is undertaken ethically during global health emergencies, says a new report from the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
25 October 2018
The Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities and the Ethox Centre are pleased to be hosting the 3rd biennial Oxford Global Health & Bioethics International Conference, which will take place on 1-2 July 2019 in Oxford.
25 October 2018
The Ethox Centre and Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities are excited to be hosting the 36th EACME conference in Oxford from 12th-14th September 2019
Health professionals' and researchers' perspectives on prenatal whole genome and exome sequencing: 'We can't shut the door now, the genie's out, we need to refine it'
27 September 2018
Ruth Horn and Mike Parker's latest paper on the PAGE project has been published in Plos One.
15 June 2018
A summary of the discussions at the first meeting of the REACH study on the ethics of research with women and children
21 November 2017
We are pleased to announce that Ruth Horn, from the Ethox Centre, has had a short report published in the Journal of Medical Ethics this month. Read her summary and full report here
4 July 2017
Professor Mike Parker, Director of the Ethox Centre, has co-authored chapters in the report 'Generation Genome' published today