The Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program has a 25-year history of interdisciplinary research and teaching at every level of medical education. Begun as a way of encouraging reflection on values issues in medicine, the program has expanded to promote and support interdisciplinary work in bioethics, the medical humanities, and the values-oriented social sciences. The faculty includes scholars in bioethics, literature, law, history, religion, sociology, and philosophy. They are leaders in the areas of the culture of ethics, including religious worldviews, in the epistemology of medicine, and in disability ethics. Dedicated to education, research and scholarship, and community service, the Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program continues its commitment to the values of the humanities and ethical decision-making.