Tag Archives: conflict of interest
The Silence of the Bioethicists
Leigh Turner continues to question in the face of silence.
On Silence in the Dan Markingson Case
Kirstin Borgerson explains why audiences presented with the facts in the Markingson case react with silence, and offers some thoughts on how bioethicists might break that silence.
University of Minnesota’s Ongoing Refusal to Investigate Allegations of Research Misconduct
Leigh Turner continues to call for an independent investigation of research practices at the University of Minnesota and the death of Dan Markingson.
Being and Becoming Compromised: Conflicts of Interest in Bioethics
Nicholas G. Evans makes the distinction between being partial and being compromised.
Corruption in a Bioethics Free-For-All
Kelly Hills joins the conversation on money, power, responsibility and accountability in bioethics and denounces corporate funding of bioethicists.