PhD candidate Ning Wang was invited to be a visiting scholar at the distinguished Yale-Hastings Joint Program in Ethics and Health Policy in the USA, in fall 2019. During her research visit at the Hastings and Yale, Ning Wang plans to focus on the development of upcoming publications, benefiting from the rich research resources at both institutions.
Founded in 1969, The Hastings Center is the world’s oldest independent, nonpartisan, interdisciplinary research institute in the field of bioethics. Its research has long been characterized by its openness to different perspectives and conviction that conversation across disciplinary boundaries is both essential and fruitful. Through projects and publications, the Centre shapes ideas that influence key opinion leaders, including policy-makers, regulators, lawyers, and professional practitioners.
The Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics provides bioethics scholars with supports to systematic inquiry and analysis in the Yale curriculum and community, and in the broader communities of the state, nation, and world. The Centre works across all Yale University departments and professional schools, as well as political, economic, and religious institutions, to generate valid understandings, develop an informed citizenry, and enable thoughtful public and private debate and action.