Robert M. Veatch Memorial Lecture
As part of its celebration of 20 years of bioethics education, The Bioethics Program of Clarkson University’s Lewis School of Health Sciences and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will continue its lecture series titled “Pioneering Bioethics: An Anniversary Celebration” on Oct. 8. The Bioethics Program’s second lecture in the series is a memorial panel for Robert M. Veatch. Prof. Veatch’s friends, colleagues and students will reflect on his many contributions to bioethics scholarship and education. On November 9, 2020, Robert M. Veatch, PhD, a founding figure in the field of bioethics, died. Prof. Veatch was a prolific scholar whose contributions to the field spanned authoring countless books and articles, serving the profession, as a journal editor, and society, as a consultant to the Karen Ann Quinlan legal case, advisor to the President’s Commission, committee member for ethics boards, counseling scholars around the world, and teaching and mentoring students. Prof. Veatch was also one of the founding faculty members in The Bioethics Program, and he helped to ensure its successful launch. The lecture is introduced by Paul Cummins and the panelists include Robert Maker, George Davis, Susan Lederer, Tristan McCann, Laurence McCullough, Ann Nolte, Susannah Leigh Rose, and Maxwell Smith.
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