May 14

"Human Dignity and Bioethics in Three Keys," a talk by Alan Rubenstein

Rubenstein researches issues in U.S. domestic policy related to biotechnology and social changes in the practice of medicine, including organ procurement, newborn genetic screening and embryonic stem cell research. He is the principal author of the Council's forthcoming report to the U.S. President and Congress regarding the legal determination of death.

Wednesday, May 14th, 2008
7:30 – 9:00 pm / Gould Library Athenaeum

Sponsored by Political Science Department and the Library. Contact: Tricia Peterson, +1 507 645 8342