Postgraduate Bioethics Conference (PGBC) UK 2016

We are pleased to confirm the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference (PGBC) UK 2016 will be held on August 31 and September 1 at the University of Bristol. The theme of the conference will be "Bioethics in Theory; Bioethics in Practice". The conference marks the 10th PGBC and coincides with the 20th anniversary of the University of Bristol’s Centre for Ethics in Medicine. The conference is funded by the Wellcome Trust and conference places are free with free overnight accommodation and a networking dinner.


Spaces are limited and interested students should go to if they wish to register to attend the conference, or present a paper at the conference. Registration and the call for abstracts closes on July 8. 


International and national travel bursaries are available and interested students should go to to apply. Bursary applications also close on July 8.    


The Postgraduate Bioethics Conference Committee

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