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Biomedical technologies and human dignity
Current biomedical advancements are presenting us with difficult moral and policy decisions. Indeed, from questions about the morality of cloning human embryos, to concerns about human genetic modifications, to worries ...
Alternatives to whistleblowing, or how to intervene effectively and still have a career and life afterwards
We have learned that scientific misbehavior (that is, any scientific conduct that causes the scientific record to be inaccurate, not just plagiarism, falsification and fabrication), is very widespread and that persons who ...
Conflicts of interest in clinical research: lessons from the Minnesota Markingson case
The nationally-publicized Markingson case from the University of Minnesota involved a tragic suicide in the context of a university-based, industry-sponsored clinical trial. A panel of UT Southwestern faculty and staff ...
International perspectives on research ethics and scientific integrity: at home and abroad
The globalization of biomedical science has transformed collaboration in laboratory and clinical research and raised new challenges for US researchers' understanding of research ethics and scientific integrity. There are ...
The moral and societal responsibilities of biologists during times of revolution
[Note: The slides are not available from this event.] Advances in the life sciences in the 21st century have the potential to greatly improve the health of humans, animals, plants, and the environment around the globe. ...