The University of Texas Health Center at Tyler :: Bioethics
About the Bioethics Program
The Bioethics Program serves as a focal point of bioethics research at the University. Our research interests include the study of human subject protection issues; bioethics pertaining to vulnerable persons; and law and policy related to behavioral sciences and health care.
Bioethics Program Highlights
- Learn about our Law & Ethics of Drug Addiction Genetics Research (LEDGER) study, awarded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Check out the Cardiovascular Disease Research Ethics (CADRE) program, a research ethics training grant funded by the NIH and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
- Access our reference guide on research with prisoners, a resource sponsored by the NIH
- Look over our resource links and our public health law and ethics resources
The Bioethics Program is headed by T. Howard Stone, J.D., LL.M., Associate Professor of Bioethics. Use the navigation buttons on the right to learn more about our Program or to contact us.