We are pleased to announce that the ASHBi Bioethics-Biology Fusion Workshop (Ethics of Early Developmental Research) will be held online on November 12, 2021.
This workshop will cover the latest topics in early developmental research (human embryo/embryo model research, brain organoid, and human-animal chimera research), which has been progressing rapidly in recent years, from the perspective of science and ethics. We hope to have a lively discussion with the speakers and participants of this workshop.
If you are interested in this workshop, please join us.
Researchers and university students
|15:10||Naomi Moris (Francis Crick Institute, UK)|
"Embryo-like models: using self-organising gastruloids to understand human development"
|15:50||Sarah Chan (Edinburgh University, UK)|
|16:30||David Archard (Queen's University Belfast, UK / Nuffield Council on Bioethics, UK)|
"The 14-day rule: Ethics and policy"
|17:10||Julian Savulescu (Oxford University, UK)|
"Moral status and the ethics of brain organoid/chimera research"
Pre-registered participants only
Registration Form (Google Form)
We will send the Zoom link approximately one week prior to the Workshop.
Tsutomu Sawai, Go Okui, and Cantas Alev (ASHBi, Kyoto University)