Subject: Genetics

Genetics, Race

CERA Statement Against the Weaponization of Genetic Research

The shooting in Buffalo that resulted in the deaths of ten Black Americans is one of many in a series of tragedies that ...

May 27, 2022

Clinical Trials & Studies, Genetics, Research Ethics, Science

Share Your ELSI Research Tools

by Deanne Dunbar Dolan, PhD I write today to encourage ELSI scholars to deposit their published and unpublished res...

September 29, 2021

Children/Adolescents, Education, Genetics, Health Disparities, Social Justice

Why should we care about social and behavioral genomics?

By Daphne O. Martschenko, PhD, Lucas J. Matthews, PhD, Maya Sabatello, LLB, PhD Only a couple of decades ago, extensive ...

September 23, 2021

Editorial-AJOB, Ethics, Genetics

Preparing For The Next Generation of Ethical Challenges Concerning Heritable Human Genome ...

by Robert Klitzman, MD This editorial can be found in the latest issue of American Journal of Bioethics. https://www.tan...

June 2, 2021

Editorial-AJOB, Genetics

Upstream Ethical Mapping of Germline Genome Editing

This piece appears as an editorial in the August 2020 issue of The American Journal of Bioethics. You can read this piec...

August 14, 2020

BioethicsTV, Clinical Trials & Studies, End of Life Care, Genetics, Informed Consent

BioethicsTV (Feb. 24-28): #TheGoodDoctor #NewAmsterdam #ChicagoMed

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. The Good Doctor (Season 3; Episode 16):Who consents when there is more than one personality; New...

March 2, 2020

Genetics, Health Regulation & Law, OPC

Patenting foundational technologies – recent developments in the CRISPR patent struggle

by Julian Cockbain[1] and Sigrid Sterckx[2] In a target article in this Journal in 2018, for which we were two of the co...

February 4, 2020

Clinical Trials & Studies, Genetics, Informed Consent, Research Ethics, Science

The Price for Eternal Youth is $1 Million and Dumping Ethics

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. As the legend goes, in the 16th Century, when he was 51 years of age, Ponce de Leon received per...

January 19, 2020

Clinical Ethics, Clinical Trials & Studies, Ethics, Genetics, HIV/AIDS, Public Health

What does the future hold for gene editing in China?

by Vera Lúcia Raposo, Ph.D. Last December it was made public that He Jiankui was sentenced to 3 years in prison and a f...

January 15, 2020

Environmental Ethics, Gender Disparities, Genetics, Global Ethics, Health Care, Health Disparities, Health Regulation & Law, Human Subjects Research & IRBs, In Memoriam, Justice, Neuroethics, Pharmaceuticals, Politics, Privacy, Professionalism, Public Health, Reproductive Ethics, Science, Social Justice, Technology

Top Ten Bioethics Stories of 2019

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. and Keisha Ray, Ph.D. The end of the year usually brings a media blitz of top ten lists for the ...

December 29, 2019

Cultural, Ethics, Genetics, Justice, Politics, Social Justice

Trump, “Jewish-Americans”, Othering, and the Lessons of Dividing

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. Last week I became a Jewish-American. No, I did not change my citizenship. No, I did not change ...

December 17, 2019

Genetics, Health Regulation & Law, Informed Consent, Justice, Privacy

Immigrant DNA Collection: Fighting Crime or Moral Panic

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. In late August 2019, BuzzFeed reported that, “The Trump administration wants to enable Customs...

October 23, 2019

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