Researchers Presentations


Monday, August 07, 2023


09h00: welcome and introduction


09h05: Auckland Cressida, Law School, London School of Economics and Politics, Assistant Professor, Law & Goold Imogen, University of Oxford, Professor, Law


  • Best Interests, Significant Harms and Assigning Responsibility: On How We Should Make Medical Decisions For and With Children


09h25: Bianchini Alahi, University of Buenos Aires, BA in Philosophy and PhD fellow, Bioethics – Medical ethics


  • Ethical foundation for a national Argentinian law on human health research


09h45: Bowman-Smart Hilary, University of Oxford, Research Fellow, Bioethics-Medical ethics


  • Non-invasive prenatal testing: beyond clinical utility


10h05: Cernat Alexandra, McMaster University, PhD Student, Bioethics-Medical ethics


  • Stakeholder perspectives and preferences on the implementation of pharmacogenomic (PGx) testing for the treatment of depression in primary care in Ontario, Canada


10h25-10h40 – Coffee break


10h40: Davis Dana, Graduate Center, City University of New York, Professor and Director Center for the Study of Women and Society, Anthropology


  • Afro-German Birth Story Project: Race and Reproduction among Afro-German Women


11h00: Deckers Jan, Newcastle University, Dr, Senior Lecturer in Health Care Ethics, Bioethics-Medical ethics


  • Is the production of in-vitro meat the answer to the public health, animal welfare, and environmental concerns associated with conventional animal products?


11h20: Lin Ching-Fu, Institute of Law for Science and Technology, National Tsing Hua University, Associate Professor, Law


  • Towards an Ethics-Based Governance Framework for AI-Enabled Health Innovations: A Developing Country Perspective


11h40: Matthiesen Sara, George Washington University, Assistant Professor of History and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, History of Medicine


  • Home Abortion After Roe v, Wade


12h00: Yoo Kwon Yong, Chung-Ang University, Professor, Philosophy


  • Research for Constructive Reality of Health and Disease Concepts in the Comparative Studies on Eastern and the Western Medicine


12h20 End of presentations


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