2018 Ethics Cartooning Contest – Public Voting

The first Morgridge Ethics Cartooning Competition invited entrants to make a cartoon on any ethical issue arising in or from biomedical research. The competition drew 41 entrants from more than 20 different departments and programs at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and affiliated research institutions. Participation was limited to graduate students and postdoctoral scientists working in the biomedical sciences.

A panel of three judges has chosen 15 cartoons for display to the public. The judges applied the following three criteria:

  1. depiction and analysis of a research ethics issue
  2. humor
  3. artistry

Voting has closed. The three winners are:

  • First Prize: Umair Khan
  • Second Prize: Allwin McDonald
  • Third Prize: Amber Zhou and Zafirah Zaidan
  • Honorable Mentions: Ante Zhu and Timothy Colgan, Pooja Dnyaneshwar Bandawane

Please do not copy or use a cartoon without the author’s permission.

© 2017 Allwin McDonald
© 2017 Amanda Hurley
© 2017 Amber Zhou and Zafirah Zaidan
© 2017 Ante Zhu and Timothy Colgan
© 2017 Benjamin Cox
© 2017 Peter Jurich
© 2017 Jenny Bratburd
© 2017 Khoa Tran
© 2017 Nicole Piscopo
© 2017 Ronak Mehta and Akshay Sood
© 2017 Rosa Mejia Sanchez
© 2017 Thomas Ellingham
© 2017 UK
© 2017 Ye Xu
© 2017 Pooja Dnyaneshwar Bandawane