Research Ethics Forum: Ethical Challenges in Trials of Human Genome Editing and Gene Therapy

In her 60-minute presentation, Professor Charo addresses Ethical Challenges in Trials of Human Genome Editing and Gene Therapy, as gene therapy and genome editing clinical trials involve ethical challenges not always found in other areas of research.

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Research Ethics Forum: Returning Research Results and Incidental Findings: The Challenge of Translational Science

During this 60-minute forum we discuss how the last decade has seen a revolution in research involving human participants; return of research results and incidental or secondary findings (RoR) is now routinely considered. This session addresses the current state of this transformation, ongoing debates, and the central role of RoR in translational science.

Tagged: research ethics , ethics

Research Ethics Forum: Vulnerability and Autonomy in Research

Research Ethics Forum - Vulnerability and Autonomy in Research: Lessons from Pediatric Studies

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Research Ethics Foum: Research Ethics Consultation

Gain valuable insights from a national survey, learn about implementing REC services, and delve into the Consultation Service at the National Institutes of Health.

Tagged: research ethics , research methodology , research , ethics

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