Director of the Center for Ethics, Michael Kalichman, discusses how cancer treatments raise ethical issues in San Diego Jewish World editorial Click here for the full article
Author Rebecca Skloot and Center for Ethics Director Michael Kalichman discuss the agreement the NIH has reached with the family of Henrietta Lacks Click here to listen to the podcast
Peggy Pico, KPBS At least 283 of those doctors practice in San Diego. Ten of those doctors earned between $42,000 and $149,000 dollars from drug companies over the past 18 months. Three of those San Diego doctors who earned between $74,000 and $150,00 from big
Read the full story: La Jolla Light The Center for Ethics in Science and Technology announced it is joining with CONNECT to expand San Diego’s participation in considering the ethics of new science and technology.
Alka Malhotra, AWIS writer The J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) came into the spotlight in May 2010 with the publication of a manuscript in the journal Science. This paper was titled “Creation of a bacterial cell controlled by a chemically synthesized genome”. The media scrutiny
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Tate Hurvitz, Ethics Center Fellow Recently, gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown visited a San Diego biofuel company to make the point that he favored the continuation of California’s Global Warming Solutions Act. This is more than just run-of-the-mill, feel-good politicking. For San Diegans the environment is
Reasonable arguments: Thoughtfulness trumps dogma at Center for Ethics in Science and Technology. Your job. Your mortgage. Your retirement. Your health insurance. Your molar-grinding, ulcer-fueling, up-all-night anxiety about Jon and Kate and their eight. If you already have enough to worry about, well, we have