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Bioethics in Play: The Drama of DNA

The Process of Informed Consent and the Disclosure of Findings in the Genomics Era

The complexity of bioethics challenges that surround the promise of genome sequencing and the power of information generated provides the drama for critically exploring and debating thorny issues. Whether, what, to whom, when, and how findings should be discovered and disclosed is controversial, particularly in determining whose voice matters if children are involved. An original play authored by the speakers and performed by distinguished colleagues (Gail Geller, Jeff Kahn, Nancy Kass, Howard Levy, Maggie Moon, Debra Mathews, Jeremy Sugarman) will bring to life the personal and professional relationships that surround the ethical landscape of genomics, sparking the moral imagination through the lens of others. A lively discussion, to include actor-panelists and audience, will follow the play.

Lynn Wein Bush, PhD, MS, MA, and Karen H. Rothenberg, JD, MPA  Authors of The Drama of DNA: Narrative Genomics

TODAY, March 9, 2014
12:00-1:15 PM
Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital, Sheik Zayed Tower, Zayed 2117 (Arcade)

Open to All  |  Lunch will be provided

Lynn Wein Bush is on the faculty of Pediatric Clinical Genetics at Columbia University Medical Center, a faculty associate at Columbia's Center for Bioethics, and the bioethics consultant for the Pathology clinical sequencing sign-out and joint Maternal-Fetal Medicine/Pediatric/Neurology genomic case conference.
Karen H. Rothenberg is a visiting professor at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and serves as Senior Advisor on Genomics and Society to the Director, National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). She is the Marjorie Cook Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law.
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