The Albert Gnaegi Center Center for Health Care Ethics at Saint Louis University sponsors two endowed lectures each year, along with a student research conference.
The Health Care Ethics Research Conference is an annual opportunity for SLU undergraduate and graduate students to present research related to health care ethics to an interdisciplinary audience.
This conference is designed to foster advanced academic discourse in fields related to health care ethics, highlight research done by students, and increase awareness of ethical issues in science and medicine to the wider community.
This year's event will discuss "Bioethics in a Changing Political Climate" on Monday, April 7. For more information, contact email@example.com.
The Edward J. Drummond Lecture Series was established in honor of the late Edward J. Drummond, S.J. A Jesuit and an alumnus, Drummond served as the first vice president for SLU’s Medical Center.
Drummond's dedication to his vocation and his vision for the medical center can be summed up in his words, spoken in 1964:
"This must be a place where learning continues and care is delivered in an atmosphere that remains personal in an increasingly technological society. We must be dedicated to scientific truth and committed to a tradition that sets medical knowledge and medical service in a significant relationship to God and our fellow men and women."
The Distinguished Lecturer Series invites internationally established ethicists to lecture at Saint Louis University. The purpose of the series it to discuss major emerging issues in the field of health care ethics with faculty and doctoral students, as well as the larger University community.