Cambridge Bioethics Education Working Groups

The Cambridge Bioethics Education Working Groups are an outgrowth of the Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education. These groups are composed of people and institutions around the world working together to develop bioethics education in their countries. A session at the Cambridge Consortium is devoted to reports from the Chairs of the Working Groups.


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Thomas Foreman, DHCE

University of Ottawa



Jens Clausen, PhD, University of Tuebingen


The Netherlands

Chair: Guy Widdershoven, PhD, and Yolande Voskes, PhD, VU Medical Center


New Zealand

Chair: John McMillan, PhD, University of Otago


Pan Arab

Chair: Thalia Arawi, PhD, American University of Beirut



Chair: Pavel Tishchenko, MD, PhD, Russian Academy of Sciences



Chair: Liliana Rogozea, MD, PhD, Transilvania University of Brasov



Chair: Vojin Rakic, PhD, University of Belgrade



Chair: Antonio Casado da Rocha, PhD, University of the Basque Country



Chair: Yesim Isil Ulman, PhD, Acibadem University School of Medicine


United Kingdom

Chair: Matthew James, MA, FRSA, St. Mary’s University, London


United States

Chair: Marin Gillis, PhD

FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine