Hastings Center scholar Erik Parens will be giving a talk entitled “Binocular Vision: A Tool for Thinking about Enhancement” at Erasmus School of Philosophy in Rotterdam.
Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger will discuss “Distributive Justice and Social Justice in Pandemic Response” at Fordham University, Dept. of Philosophy.
Hastings Center scholars Michael Gusmano and Karen Maschke present a Short Course on Public Deliberation and Gene Editing in the Wild for attendees of Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association via zoom. Emerging technologies for the genetic modification of organisms present unprecedented opportunities to alter wild populations of organisms, from microbes to...
Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger will present "Creating Health Care Systems of Safety for Immigrants and Refugees" at the Division of Medical Ethics series at Weill Cornell.
Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger will discuss “The Bioethics of Migration” at the Weill Cornell MedicineSeminar Lecture Series.
Hastings Center PMRA Ben Wills will be participating in two panels for the Society for the Social Studies of Science annual conference.
Hastings Center senior research scholar Erik Parens will present “BINOCULARITY: A Tool for Comprehending Persons in Depth” at the John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre at the University of Alberta. It is plain that, to exhibit care for persons, we need to respect them as persons. I will suggest that, to show respect, we should aspire...
Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger will discuss “Vulnerabilities of Immigrant Patients” at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Hastings Center scholars Nancy Berlinger, Erik Parens, and Rice Family Fellow Liz Bowen, present at ASBH preconference session 003.
The Hastings Center, in partnership with the Center for ELSI Resources & Analysis (CERA), will present an online discussion for journalists, “Genomics, Human Behavior, and Social Outcomes.”