Nir Eyal is the inaugural Henry Rutgers Professor of Bioethics. He founded and directs Rutgers’ Center for Population-Level Bioethics, based within the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research.
Eyal’s work in global health focuses on health inequalities, health promotion, and research ethics. It engages many bioethics challenges, including healthcare rationing in resource-poor settings, critical health-worker shortages, disaster response, universal health coverage, and ethics in HIV- and emerging-infection trials.
He is the co-editor of the Oxford University Press series Population-Level Bioethics and has received multiple NIH awards. Learn more about Eyal.
- On the Pandemic Podcast Features Institute Faculty — In episode 9 of On the Pandemic, Richard Marlink and Nir Eyal share insights on various countries’ approaches to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as pandemic-related inequities both among and within countries.
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