Center faculty are frequently contacted by national media seeking clarification and reaction to provocative stories capturing national public attention.

The Washington Post - Oct. 20, 2016
How My IVF Baby Made Me Reconsider My View of IVF

US News & World Report - Oct. 5, 2016
Are Biases Hurting Your Health?

The Dallas Morning News - Sept. 6, 2016
Should employers know you're on birth control? Wellness data raises concerns

The New Yorker - Aug. 18, 2016
Poor and Uninsured in Texas

Higher Education Tribune - Aug. 4, 2016
Rice Offers Ethics and Society Programs for Houston-area High Schoolers

Genome Web - July 15, 2016
Ethics, guidelines for molecular autopsy in youth sudden death explored by Texan team

KUT - July 15, 2016
Adult Stem Cell Treatments May Be an Easy Sell, But The Science Is Still Up for Debate

HealthCare Matters - April 10, 2016
Dr. McGuire Discusses DNA

BCM Family - April 4, 2016
Student Corner: Arina Chesnokova

Momentum Blog - March 15, 2016
An outsider’s perspective on a medical data sharing conference

Momentum Blog - March 15, 2016
Ethics student to study medicine through lens of history

Baylor College of Medicine - Feb. 29, 2016
Advisory Committee to Address Framework for Building Medical Information Commons

TMC News - Jan. 29, 2016 
New ‘Purple’ Fellowship Brings East and Gulf Coasts Together for Medical Ethics

Los Angeles Times - Nov. 20, 2015
For face transplant recipients, some of the healing is psychological

Houston Chronicle - Oct. 22, 2015
Dialysis challenge, Harris Health can improve the care of undocumented kidney patients.

TMC News - Oct. 19, 2015
Baylor College of Medicine Brings Acclaimed Performance to the Texas Medical Center

Houston Chronicle - Oct. 15, 2015
Why Harris County Takes Care of its Own — Papers or no Papers

Houston Public Media - Sept. 22, 2015
Houston Doctor Gaining Recognition For Short Fiction And Essays About Life In The Hospital

DoctorsLounge - Sept. 15, 2015
Ethical Framework Developed for Genomic Testing Results

Bioethics.net - Sept. 14, 2015
The Age of Contractualism in Bioethics?

Communities Digital News - Sept. 13, 2015
Don’t mistake genetics for the human spirit

Momentum Blog - Sept. 11, 2015
What medicine can borrow from literature

Explore the Space - Sept. 8, 2015
Ep 16: Dr. Ricardo Nuila on Talking About Death, part 1
Ep 17: Dr. Ricardo Nuila on Talking About Death, part 2 

Houston Chronicle - Aug. 29, 2015
Role of heart-assist devices shifts as technology, management improve

Washington Post - Aug. 24, 2015
We disagree with our colleagues: Not all LVAD experiences are bad. 

Atlantic Magazine - Aug. 18, 2015
Whose Job Is It to Talk to Patients About Death?

Washington Post - Aug. 3, 2015
The device kept him alive, but was the pain and suffering worth it?

MIT Technology Review - July 2, 2015
Should Babies Have Their Genomes Sequenced?

Genome Web - June 26, 2015
At Genomics Festival, Brigham & Women's Researchers Discuss Early Findings from MedSeq

Bioethics.net - June 15, 2015
Welcoming the concept of alief to medical ethics

Nature - May 11, 2015
Microbiomes raise privacy concerns

Medical Xpress - May 7, 2015
30-day wait before tubal sterilization is unjust, say Ob/GYN experts30-day wait before tubal sterilization is unjust, say Ob/GYN experts

Houston Public Media - Feb. 26, 2015
Medical Ethicist Discusses Conjoined Twins And Other Challenging Treatment Decisions

New England Journal of Medicine - Jan. 29, 2015
GINA, Genetic Discrimination, and Genomic Medicine