Voices in Bioethics Essay Contest 2017 - WINNERS ANNOUNCED

Thank you to everyone who submitted their well-crafted and thought-provoking essays to our annual Voices in Bioethics summer essay contest.  Winners will receive a $350 gift card; both winners and runners-up will have the opportunity to publish their essay on our website.  The winners have been decided, as follows:

 

Prompt 1

WINNER: Nathan L. Lam - "On the Survival Lottery."

RUNNER-UP: Dana Horowitz - "Choice, Chance, and Control: An Analysis of the Impermissibility of the Survival Lottery."

 

Prompt 2

WINNER: Kasthuri Nair - "Medical Malpractice in South Asia: Approaching Bioethics with a Global Lens."

RUNNER-UP: Ruth Foster - "Broadening the Canon: Moving Towards a Global Bioethics."

 

Prompt 3

WINNER: Anissa Saylany - "The Predicament of Modern Approaches to Pedophilia and Child Assault in the United States."

RUNNER-UP: Aditya Mohan - "Patenting Genes: A Myriad of Bioethical Implications."

 

Congratulations!

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