Blog Post on the Harvard Bill of Health blog on consent to research biobanking in the hospital. Link: http://blogs.harvard.edu/billofhealth/2017/07/12/how-should-we-organize-consent-to-research-biobanking-in-the-hospital/?utm_content=buffere2d14&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
New interview here.
New paper in Genetics in Medicine on broad consent in healthcare-embedded biobanking in a representative patient sample here.
Questions discussed at this year’s annual meeting of the German Ethics Council in Berlin: “Autonomous systems. How intelligent machines will change us.” Who is responsible for the “actions” of autonomous machines when the user is only marginally involved, or not involved at all? According to which criteria should machines “decide” in the event of a Read More …
New book out: Barbara Prainsack and Alena Buyx: Solidarity in Biomedicine and Beyond. Cambridge University Press. Buy on Amazon
On 2 February, the EU-funded Horizon2020 consortium STIPED – Stimulation in Pediatrics had its official kick off meeting. Find press materials and an article about our work here.
On 29 January, I was interviewed for a two-hour program on NDR ‘Zur Sache’ about a wide range of issues in biomedical ethics. Find a short summary as well as the whole program here.
New article in Genetics in Medicine on Citizen Science in Microbiomics here.