BIOETHICS INSTITUTE GHENT
The Bioethics Institute Ghent (BIG) at Ghent University is based at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy and is a subdivision of the Department of Philosophy and Moral Sciences. It serves as a meeting point for academics teaching and conducting research on bioethical issues at any Ghent University department. Bioethics comprises ethical issues in biomedicine, health care and biology, and the broader issues of biotechnology.
We invite you to explore our website, where you will find more information about
- the Institute,
- our research, and
- publication activities.
Most recent publications
- The IVG ‘relatedness paradox’: researchers should mind speculation
- Ubuntu as a complementary perspective for addressing epistemic (in)justice in medical machine learning
- ‘False hope’ in assisted reproduction: the normative significance of the external outlook and moral negotiation
- Disrupting medical necessity: Setting an old medical ethics theme in new light