Applications for the Ruth Faden Scholars Program are now being accepted. Faden Scholars will represent a subgroup of Hecht-Levi postdoctoral fellows who have demonstrated scholarly interests in and potential for leadership in bioethics and public policy. They will participate in a number of activities in addition to those provided by the Hecht-Levi post-doctoral program.
Expires in 31 days!
Scholars will have opportunity to obtain benefits as follow:
- Leadership training
- Introduction to directors of other bioethics programs, and networking visits to bioethics programs at other Institutions
- Opportunities to observe leadership in action at meetings of the Berman Institute Advisory Board and the Association of Bioethics Program Directors
- Regular meetings with Professor Ruth Faden, founder of the Berman Institute
- Opportunities for internships in health policy settings with bioethics focus in the Washington, DC area
Level and Area of Studies
Non-degree program in Biotics.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in the United States.
Eligibility and Criteria
Faden Scholars will represent a subgroup of Hecht-Levi postdoctoral fellows who have demonstrated scholarly interests in and potential for leadership in bioethics and public policy.
There is no nationality restriction.
15 December 2018.