Prof. Jonathan Marks has been elected as a Hastings Center Fellow. This is a life-long award from North America’s leading independent, non-partisan bioethics research institute.
Awards are given to “individuals of outstanding accomplishment” who possess “uncommon insight and impact in areas of critical concern” and whose work has “informed scholarship and/or public understanding of complex ethical issues in health, health care, life sciences research and the environment.”
On receiving news of the award, Prof. Jonathan Marks said: “I’m truly honoured to join the ranks of such an esteemed group of scholars and practitioners from across the globe. As a lawyer and bioethicist, I strive to promote human rights and public health. I hope this award will help broaden and deepen the impact of my work.”
Click here to view the bios of this year’s new fellows.