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The research program of CSB is interdisciplinary. Philosophers, physicians, sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, pharmacists, biologists, lawyers and theologians take part in its work.

The Center for the Study of Bioethics conducts research on ethical and social dimensions of issues arising in the domain of bio-medicine. They include:

- Health care on national levels and on a global level
- Care for patients with rare diseases
- Regenerative Medicine
- Assisted Reproduction
- Humanitarian work in the developing world
- Children and Families
- Aging and palliative care (care near the end of life)
- Enhancement
- Neuroethics
- Radical Life Extension
- Chronic conditions
- Human impact on the environment
- Personalized medicine
- Neuroscience
- Genomics
- Synthetic biology
- Bioethics education
- Responsible conduct of research