Impact Ethics

NTE In Action

Françoise Baylis is interviewed for article reviewing her recently released book, Altered Inheritance: CRISPR and the Ethics of Human Genome Editing
Matthew Herder becomes an RSC member in recognition of his outstanding scholarly achievements.
Françoise Baylis is interviewed for a Globe & Mail article on the costs of being a whistle-blower in the world of science.
Françoise Baylis is interviewed by the CBC regarding Russian scientist's plan to prevent deafness by editing the genes of human embryos.
Françoise Baylis is interviewed by the National Post for an article criticizing a Russian scientists publicized plans to edit human embryos.
Matthew Herder is honoured for the impact of his research in his field as part of Dalhousie University 2019 Legacy Awards (Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Halifax, NS, 19 June 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM)

NTE In Print

Françoise Baylis reads from her newly published book, followed by a question-and-answer period moderated by Costas Halavrezos (Halifax Central Library | 5440 Spring Garden Road, Halifax).
Françoise Baylis publishes an essay on support for a global moratorium on human germline genome editing.
Françoise Baylis publishes an editorial arguing that we need public education, engagement and empowerment to reach ‘broad societal consensus’ on whether, not how, to pursue heritable genome editing.
Françoise Baylis publishes a letter to the editor of the JOGC on Canada's prohibition on payment for surrogacy, eggs, and sperm.
Matthew Herder publishes a scholarly journal article on reviving the FDA's authority to publicly explain not only why new drug applications are approved but also why they've been rejected. (2 July 2018).
Françoise Baylis, Alana Cattapan and other experts from across Canada publish a fact sheet on the proposed changes to the AHR Act (29 May 2018).