Human Genome Project: Germ-Line Interventions and Human Research Ethics

Colloquium Agenda

April 5, 2002
Washington University/Anheuser Busch Hall/Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom - Room 310

1:00-1:20 Introduction  
  Rebecca Dresser, JD - Daniel Noyes Kirby Professor of Law, Professor of Ethics in Medicine,Washington University in St. Louis
1:20-2:10 Inheritable Genetic Modification and a Brave New World: Did Huxley Have It Wrong?
  Mark Frankel, PhD - Director, Scientific Freedom, Responsibility and Law Program American Association for the Advancement of Science
2:10-3:00 Accident and Desire: Germ-Line Interventions and Effects in Clinical Research
  Nancy M. P. King, JD - Professor, Department of Social Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3:00-3:20 Break    
3:20-3:50 Comments
   Pilar Ossorio, JD, PhD - Assistant Professor of Law and Medical Ethics, Associate Director, Center for Study of Race and Ethnicity in Medicine, University of Wisconsin at Madison
3:50-4:10  Comments  
  Anne Bowcock, PhD - Professor of Genetics, Pediatrics, and Medicine, School of Medicine - Washington University in St. Louis
  Daniel B. Williams, MD - Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Medicine - Washington University
4:10-5:15 Speakers' Roundtable
5:15-6:15  Reception  in the Janite Lee Reading Room - Library, 4th Floor

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