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Tomlinson and De Vries: “Human Biospecimens Come from People”

Center Professor Dr. Tom Tominson and co-author Raymond De Vries have an article in the March-April 2019 issue of Ethics & Human Research, “Human Biospecimens Come from People.” The issue’s theme is “The Scientific Value and Validity of Research.” Abstract: … Continue reading

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How do health care providers understand the social basis of conscience?

What people mean when they say “I can’t do that, it violates my conscience” Event Flyer “Conscience clause” legislation, first enacted following Roe v. Wade, intends to protect a health care provider’s (HCP) right to refuse services on the basis … Continue reading

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New article from Libby Bogdan-Lovis published in ATRIUM issue “Bad Girls”

Elizabeth (Libby) Bogdan-Lovis and Raymond De Vries co-authored the article “The Baddest Births in Town” in Issue 12 (Winter 2014) of ATRIUM, the Report of the Northwestern Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program. “… [W]hile all pregnant women walk the line between “good … Continue reading

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NIH research grant awarded for project led by Tom Tomlinson and Raymond De Vries

Tom Tomlinson, PhD, recently received a research grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH. Titled “Public Preferences for Addressing Donors’ Moral Concerns about Biobank Research,” the project is being led by Tomlinson and co-PI Raymond De Vries, PhD, … Continue reading

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