Event Detail

Islamic Bioethics: Recent Debates About Brain Death and Organ Transplants by Dr. Ebrahim Moosa, Duke University

Ebrahim Moosa, Professor of Religious and Islamic Studies at Duke University, will discuss "Islamic Bioethics: Recent Debates about Brain Death and Organ Transplants." Moosa’s interests span both classical and modern Islamic thought with a special focus on Islamic law, history, ethics and theology. He serves on several distinguished international advisory boards and is associated with some of the foremost thinkers, activists and role-players in the Muslim world and beyond. He also has extensive experience in human rights activities, contributes regularly to the op-ed pages of the New York Times, Atlanta-Journal Constitution, The Boston Review and several international publications and is frequently invited to comment on global Islamic affairs.

Please visit Ebrahim Moosa's website for more information on Moosa and access to his research materials

This forum is hosted by the Vann Center for Ethics, and cosponsored by the Religion Department and Medical Humanities Program. This event is free and open to the public; no ticket is required.

Location

Chambers Hance Auditorium (CHAM-4121)

Event Type

Lecture

Contact

MacIntyre, Amber P
ammacintyre@davidson.edu