Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, ethical issues have been critical and very real, with bioethics discussed daily in the national news and around dinner tables. In this extraordinary year, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Dr. Christine Grady, Chief of the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, will join us for the 2021 William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture, Confronting the Public Health and Ethical Challenges of COVID-19, a live webinar on November 1, at 6:30 PM ET.
Announcing the 2021 Stubing Memorial Lecture
We hope you will join us for an illuminating conversation with two national icons in public health and bioethics as they reflect on the challenges underscored by the COVID-19 pandemic and what these challenges can teach us about ethically moving forward in public health, medicine, and science.
Confronting the Public Health and Ethical Challenges of COVID-19 is free and registration is open to all.
The NYU School of Global Public Health and its Center for Bioethics are partnering with The Greenwall Foundation to sponsor this year’s Lecture.
About the William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture
William C. Stubing served as President of The Greenwall Foundation for 21 years. In 2016, the Foundation established the William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture in honor of its beloved former President, who guided the Foundation to its current focus on bioethics. Previous Lectures have covered timely topics in bioethics: the social inequities revealed by COVID-19, physician aid-in-dying, drug pricing, and genome editing.