Supporting Indiana's Resource for Bioethics

Matters of medical privacy and stem cell research are discussed in everyday conversation and issues involving genetic testing, cloning, and clinical trials are receiving front page attention. Today's medical discoveries have magnified the role of bioethics, causing people to consider how these subjects affect their everyday lives. Such issues seldom come with clear-cut answers, but with help from the Indiana University Center for Bioethics, people throughout Indiana have a comprehensive resource for gaining a better understanding of today's health care complexities. The Center provides guidance for individuals, families, community leaders, government officials, and others to make sound decisions regarding important bioethics concerns.

Philanthropic gifts to the IU Center for Bioethics benefit the community by developing research, education, community outreach, and clinical consultation programs. Donor support also provides a foundation for Center faculty to generate external grant funding, resulting in uninterrupted and ongoing research programs. Your gift will help fuel an understanding of bioethics and increase awareness of scientific advances, their implications, and impact on the future. Gifts can be made payable to the Indiana University Foundation. To give now click the red and white button above.

For more information about supporting the Indiana University Center for Bioethics, please contact:

Peter H. Schwartz
Interim Director, Indiana University Center for Bioethics
Associate Professor

Kathryn Red
Indiana University School of Medicine
Office of Gift Development
(317) 274-3685 or (800) 643-6975

IU Center for Bioethics | 410 W. 10th St., Suite 3100 | Indianapolis, IN 46202 | Tel: 317-278-4034 | Fax: 317-278-4050