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Bioethics Reference Center

The Center for Bioethics at Indiana University School of Medicine collects reviews, presentations, conferences and reports on important bioethics-related topics to be used as resources for physicians, medical researchers, trainees and other interested individuals.

Long-form resources offering guidance on bioethics include the Guide to Doing Research in Bioethics and Guide to Doing Research in International Research Ethics.


The Center for Bioethics offers programs throughout the year on a range of topics related to ethics in medical research and patient care.

Plan a Visit

IU School of Medicine students and researchers as well as visitors are welcome at the Center for Bioethics Reference Center on weekdays (8am-9pm).

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Individuals seeking recent presentations and information on research ethics can find guidance and insight on the TREATs (Translational Research Ethics: Applied Topics) Seminars page.


Seminar in Research Ethics

The Pediatric Research Ethics Seminar Series meets five times per year to cover topics in research ethics that are relevant to fellows and other trainees in pediatrics.

Seminar is Research Ethics