Biomedical Ethics Seminar Series

The Biomedical Ethics Seminar Series meets once monthly for faculty, staff, and students to discuss selected ethics topics. All meetings are Wednesdays, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Unless otherwise noted, all seminars are at UCSD in Medical Teaching Facility (MTF) 175

2003 Topic Discussion
January 15 Genetic Screening in Psychiatry Kelsoe
February 19 Culture and (Genetic) Privacy Deftos
March 19 The Use of Nazi Human Subjects Data in Biomedical Research and Clinical Practice Gass
April 23 Bioethics in Popular Culture: If You Can't Teach it with Star Trek, it's Not Worth Knowing
Note room change: Stein 148
May 21 Quincy Troupe, UCSD, and Academic Integrity: What Have We Learned? Hinman
June 11 Ethical Responsibilities of Scientists in the Face of Bioterrorism
Note room change: BSB 2071
July 16 Deceptions of Doctors Haroun
August 20 Summer break - no meeting
September 17 Issues of Informed Consent with Psychiatric Patients Dunn
October 15 Food Additives, Cancer and the Precautionary Principle Garland
November 19 Preconception Gender Selection Chang, Garzo
December 17 Screening in Disease: Ethical and Medical Considerations Casola, Kaplan