Center for Values in Medicine, Science and Technology
The Center for Values in Medicine, Science and Technology promotes public understanding of the complex, crucial role that technological innovations and scientific discoveries play in shaping the values of contemporary culture. Read more
Dr. Dennis M. Kratz is dean of the School of Arts and Humanities at UT Dallas and Founding Director of the Center. Read more about Dr. Kratz.
Dr. Magdalena Grohman‘s background is in creative thinking, problem solving and education. Read more about Dr. Grohman.
Dr. Matthew Brown is Director of the Center. His research focuses on the history and philosophy of science and technology and the history of American philosophy. Read more about Dr. Brown.
Sabrina Starnaman‘s primary research examines texts written by women or about women in the Progressive Era American city (1880-1930). Read more about Sabrina.
We would like to thanks BCBS, Silver Sponsor for the Lise Elliot lecture.
The newest research project at the Center for Values includes evaluating the current code of ethics and proposing potential solutions to problematic elements within the set of practices advocated for in the code of ethics . Read more »
The Center for Values in Medicine, Science and Technology launches their 2012-2013 lecture series entitled, "The Heart of Medicine," which will feature 5 lectures over the course of the year…Read More Read more