ON-Lion Letter

The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network's (CBC's) Paul Ramsey Institute began its fourth year in October by welcoming its second cohort of Ramsey Fellows to San Francisco for its Fall gathering.  The new cohort includes students from The University of Chicago, Cornell Medical School, and New York University, to name only a few of the highly regarded institutions represented in the group.

The Paul Ramsey Institute is a vital part of education programming at CBC.  It trains and produces future leaders -- physicians, scientists, scholars, policymakers, and advocates who will promote and advance ethical biotechnology and bioethical research within their respective fields.  It hopes to uphold and further the legacy of its namesake, Paul Ramsey -- one of the greatest bioethicists of the 20th century who anticipated many of the moral challenges we now face, in the realms of science and medicine, and pioneered a thorough ethical analysis of those challenges.

Its alumni serve as a voice for morally grounded bioethics and ensure that both the academy and the public square are changing the conversation to help build a future that promotes and protects human dignity.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports CBC's Paul Ramsey Institute.

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