Centre for Integrative Bioethics is a component of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split, and also one of the scientific units of the Centre of Excellence for Integrative Bioethics network. It carries out scientific projects and studies in cooperation with other institutions of the network and independently. Its purpose is to promote interdisciplinary connections between scientists within the University of Split and other institutions through research and education projects and activities in the interdisciplinary field of bioethics. The Centre also organizes various public forums and conferences related to bioethical issues, including issues in the fields of biomedicine, technology, ecology, education, ethics, etc. The members of the Centre are especially focused on the issue of animal ethics in the broader concept of cultural zoology (animal studies), introduced by Nikola Visković, one of the Croatian bioethical pioneers.
Address: Poljička cesta 35, 21000 Split
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Head of the Center: Bruno Ćurko, Ph.D., Assistant Prof.
Secretary of the Center: Josip Guć, Ph. D., Teaching Assistant
Administration Office: Vesna Matijaš Rakonjac, LLM
Members of the Centre:
- Bruno Ćurko, Ph. D., Assistant Prof. (head)
- Josip Guć, Ph. D., Teaching Assistant (secretary)
- Marita Brčić Kuljiš, Ph. D., Associate Prof.
- Antonela Marić, Ph. D., Associate Prof. (as the vice dean for science)
- Simon John Ryle, Ph. D., Associate Prof.
- Anita Lunić, MA, Teaching Assistant