National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference at Case Western Reserve University April 8 - 10, 2016
National Undergraduate
at Case Western Reserve University
Bioethics Conference
8 - 10 April 2016
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Cleveland OH
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GENERAL REGISTRATION
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The conference will feature talks by invited and local faculty. There will also be a poster symposium of student research, panel discussions featuring members of the bioethics/biomedical research community of Cleveland, and a bioethics debate bowl.

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CWRU Student Registration is free to a limited number of undergraduates thanks to co-sponsorship by USG.

CWRU UNDERGRADUATE REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE FRIDAY, MARCH 25 at 12:00pm

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National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference 2016

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio

Regenerative Medicine and Biomedical Engineering: Innovations and the Consequent Controversies

April 8-10, 2016

 

Keynote Speakers

R. Alta Charo, J.D.

Professor of Law and Bioethics

Paul Tesar, Ph.D

Professor of Innovative Therapeutics, Dept. of Genetics CWRU

Program

Day 1
08 Apr 2016
Day 2
09 Apr 2016
Day 3
10 Apr 2016

Welcome and Refreshments

Dean Pamela B. Davis, MD, PhD, CWRU School of Medicine

Scientific Keynote Address: Paul Tesar

Location: Ford Auditorium
Paul Tesar, Ph.D
7:30 pm -

Independent Dinner in Cleveland

Coffee/Tea Service

Sponsored by the Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics and University of Pennsylvania

Breakfast Buffet and Late Registration

Sponsored by CWRU School of Medicine Location: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center outside ballroom

2nd round of debate bowl (group A)

Locations: 1st floor Tinkham Veale Center, senior classrooms A/B Clark Hall (rooms TBA)

Bioethics Panel Discussion: The Ethics of Human Gene Editing

Location: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center, ½ of ballroom

Student poster session and group activity

All students who registered to present poster OR paper on the topic Committee of professionals in the combined fields of ethics, regenerative medicine, and BME will select top 4 to...
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2nd round of debate bowl (group B)

Location: 1st floor Tinkham Veale Center, senior classrooms A/B Clark Hall (rooms TBA)
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Boxed Lunch Served

Student presentations/breakout sessions

Location: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center, ballroom

3rd round of debate bowl (group A)

Locations: 1st floor Tinkham Veale Center, senior classrooms A/B Clark Hall (rooms TBA)

3rd round of debate bowl (group B)

Locations: 1st floor Tinkham Veale Center, senior classrooms A/B Clark Hall (rooms TBA)

Bioethics Keynote Address/Dinner: R. Alta Charo

(Sponsored by CWRU School of Law) Professor of Law and Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin Law and Medical Schools Extensive experience with the FDA, NIH, and IOM Leader in...
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R. Alta Charo, J.D.

Dessert Reception

Location: CWRU School of Law

Breakfast Buffet

(Sponsored by the National Center For Regenerative Medicine) Location: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center outside ballroom

Bioethics Bowl Quarterfinals

Bioethics Bowl Quarterfinals (top 8 teams, single elimination) Locations: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center, ballroom. 1st floor Tinkham Veale Center, senior classrooms

Bioethics Bowl Semifinals

Location: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center, ballroom.

Bioethics Bowl Finals

Location: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center, ballroom.

Bowl Awards and Closing Remarks

Bioethics Bowl Awards, closing remarks and refreshments Location: 2nd floor Tinkham Veale Center, ballroom.

Case Western Reserve University

Tinkham Veale University Center
nubc2016@gmail.com

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