Center for Bioethics and Biolaw at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw was established in 2015. It gathers both experienced and young scholars working on ethical, as well as legal, cultural, and social aspects of progress in medical and biological sciences.
Aims of the Center for Bioethics and Biolaw:
- modern, interdisciplinary research in bioethics and biolaw;
- promotion of research results nationally and worldwide;
- developing relations with national and international academic centres working on bioethics;
- shaping bioethical discourse in Poland that respects pluralism of values which is basic for any truly democratic society;
- developing polish bioethics – as academic discipline and social practice – taking into account current development and best practices from international debates, but also taking into accound tradition of polish medical humanities and local social, cultural, economical, and legal realities.
More on us and or activities:
- The Team: prof. Paweł Łuków, PhD, MA, Joanna Różyńska PhD, MA, MJur, MA, MS, Emilia Kaczmarek MA, Jakub Zawiła-Niedźwiecki MA, Katarzyna Chludzińska MA BA
- Research Projects
Webpage of our master’s programme in bioethics can be found here: Bioetyka UW