The Center’s work in life science and research ethics focuses on advancing the protection of human subjects and the responsible conduct of biomedical research by working with academic and clinical research communities, policy groups and the life science industry.
Through this work, the Center plans to create a place for communities to work together and discover practical solutions that rest on the bedrock of human dignity.
• The Center and Stem Cell Research
• Protecting Research Subjects with Diminished Capacity
• The Ethics of Donating Eggs, Glenn McGee, PhD, March 11, 2011
• The Bioethics Commission and Synthetic Biology, Summer McGee, PhD, December 10, 2010
• Are iPS Cells the Ethical Holy Grail?, Glenn McGee, PhD, John B. Francis Chair in Bioethics, October 8, 2010
• The Ethics of Selling Human Eggs, Glenn McGee, PhD, October 1, 2010
• Stem Cells: The Ethics Debate Begins Anew , Glenn McGee, PhD, August 26, 2010
• Presidential Bioethics, Barbara Atkinson, MD and Summer Johnson, PhD, July 23, 2010
• The DNA Debate at UC-Berkeley, Glenn McGee, PhD, June 4, 2010
• The Ethics of Synthetic Cells, Glenn McGee, PhD, May 28, 2010
• Is it ethical to want to live forever?, Glenn McGee, PhD, February 19, 2010
• Making or Having a Baby: The Ethics of Genetic Testing, Glenn McGee, PhD, January 15, 2010