NTE In Action
Françoise Baylis wins the 2020 Association of American Publishers Prose Award (in the category of Clinical Medicine) for her book Altered Inheritance: CRISPR and the Ethics of Human Genome Editing.
Matthew Herder talks about finding common cause in addressing climate change, demagoguery, destroying democracy, the social determinants of health, class, poverty and structural racism.
Françoise Baylis is interviewed by Laura Lynch, host of CBC Radio program, The Current│Live Radio│On Demand (24 Oct 2019).
Françoise Baylis gives plenary (3) lecture at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Scientific Congress & Expo, 2019 (8:30AM-9:15AM, 15 Oct 2019, Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA).
Françoise Baylis is interviewed by Genome Alberta on the subject of how the human genome belongs to us all and there needs to be a broad discussion on how we put new gene editing technology to work.
From Curing Disease to Designer Babies, Halifax Prof's Book Urges Caution in Evolving World of Gene Editing
Françoise Baylis is interviewed for article reviewing her recently released book, Altered Inheritance: CRISPR and the Ethics of Human Genome Editing
NTE In Print
Françoise Baylis explains her recent book on the ethics of human genome editing.
Françoise Baylis publishes article on the need to establish basic ethical standards before pursuing heritable human genome editing (5 Jan 2020).
Françoise Baylis publishes an article reflecting on the structural elements and culture that enabled the first CRISPR babies.
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.