Impact Ethics

NTE In Action

Chris Kaposy gives a public lecture on why more people should choose to have a child with Down syndrome. Room-yet-to-be-announced, Halifax, NS, Mon. 19 Mar 2018 (7:00PM).
Françoise Baylis joins a panel with Julian Savalescu and moderated by Anthony Skelton. Wolf Performance Hall – Central Library, 251 Dundas St., London (ON) Public Library, 14 Mar 2018 (7:00PM-8:30PM).
Matthew Herder (nominated principal investigator) and colleagues Joel Lexchin, Janice Graham, Trudo Lemmens, Katherine Fierlbeck, Navindra Persaud, David N. Juurlink and Bryn Wiliams-Jones are successful in securing CIHR funding for their grant “Beyond Transparency in Pharmaceutical Research & Regulation” (2018-2022).
Françoise Baylis joins the Falling Walls Lab Jury, Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin. 8/9 Nov 2017.
Chris Kaposy provides an academic commentary at the 2017 Tennessee Value and Agency Conference on "Philosophy of Disability: Perspectives, Challenges, and Aspirations", Knoxville TN, Holiday Inn Downtown. 29 Oct 2017 (9:00AM-10:00AM).
Françoise Baylis gives keynote address at the annual Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy conference, London ON. 27 Oct 2017 (7:00PM-8:00PM).

NTE In Print

Françoise Baylis & Marcus McLeod publish a scholarly journal critically questioning whether we are ready for first-in-human Phase 1 CRISPR gene editing cancer trials [Open Access].
Françoise Baylis and Lisa Ikemoto comment on CRISPR/Cas9, eugenics concerns, and whether the Council of Europe's ban on human germline genome editing should continue.
Françoise Baylis publishes a commentary on how scientists are using a powerful gene editing technique to understand how human embryos develop.
Jocelyn Downie & Françoise Baylis publish a scholarly article in the McGill Journal of Law & Health.
Ann Toohey & Timothy Krahn publish a scholarly article in the Journal of Public Health.