Three SPP Faculty Members Play Role In Important Publication

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Three faculty members from the School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech helped with an important publication in "Nature Biotechnology"

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School of Public Policy faculty members Robert Kirkman, Aaron Levine, and Jason Borenstein recently contributed to a new Nature Biotechnology article. The piece, titled, "Ethical principles for the use of human cellular biotechnologies," is presented as a consensus statement on ethics and biotechnology that originated with the BEINGS 2015 meeitng organized by the Emory Center for Ethics. The three faculty members participated in the meeting in May 2015, then served as drafting delegates in the process of developing the consensus statement; Dr. Borenstein and Dr. Levine each served as a group leader in the process.

Among a variety of related points, this article specifically "offers a set of ethical principles to contribute to the ethical conversation about human cellular biotechnological research moving forward." 

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  • Created On: Nov 10, 2017 - 7:52pm
  • Last Updated: Nov 14, 2017 - 11:11am