Susan M. Wolf, JD (Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences)
This funding encompasses work on two related projects addressing cutting-edge issues posed by the latest advances in biomedical science in the linked domains of genomics and reproductive technologies. Both raise high-profile issues of immediate concern to federal and state government, scientists, and physicians. Both projects address how legal and ethical obligations to those who are most vulnerable (participants in genomic research and children produced using reproductive technologies) should fundamentally change policy and practice.
- Legal and bioethics articles
- A workshop, Revamping the Law & Policy of Reproductive Technologies: Children First?