This book puts the ethics, policy and politics of stem cells into context in a way that helps readers understand why past and current issues have developed the way they have and what the implications are for their work going forward. It also addresses emerging issues as the field progresses towards clinical and industrial uses. While there is a superabundance of material on the ethics of embryo use and questions of embryonic qpersonhood, q there is little that covers what practicing scientists and managers need to know in order to plan and execute responsible research. Furthermore, researchers funded by the NIH are required to have ethics training as a condition of the grant. As such, this book is an essential resource to all of these pre-professional students whether they plan to move into industry, government or academia.In particular, it would be helpful to analyze disease incidence and to what extent existing stem cell research programs match patterns of health needs within locales. Longitudinal ... 11-1056-taking-stock-of-regenerative-medicine.pdf. Brindley, D. A. ... 39Examples include massive open online courses (MOOCs) such as Coursera, a for-profit company that initially partnered with Stanford University, the University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, and Princeton University. Othersanbsp;...
|Title||:||Regenerative Medicine Ethics|
|Author||:||Linda F. Hogle|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-19|