Fetal Tissue Research and Christian Bioethics: A Review of the Scientific Developments, Policy Landscape, and Ethical Considerations (2022 Edition), Edward R. Grant, Heather Zeiger, and Michael J. Sleasman, The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity
I was the managing editor for a report on the ethics of using fetal tissue for research purposes, a collaborative endeavor that looks at the regulatory history, current research uses, and ethical dilemmas of using fetal tissue for research purposes. We also held a one-day workshop (online) on the topic that was approved for CME credit.
It was a privilege to be able to work with brilliant people who brought the Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox perspectives on this topic.
“Coronavirus Vaccine Ethics” December 8, 2020 (Updated March 30, 2021)
Are the coronavirus vaccines safe? What’s the difference between mRNA and adenovirus vaccines? Are vaccine passports ethical? My article on Covid-19 vaccine ethics.
At Bioethics.com, I’ve compiled the top COVDI-19 news items since the beginning of the pandemic.
How does a virus work and what bioethical issues should we consider during the pandemic?
March 23, 2020: “Coronavirus: Explanations and Ethical Issues”
Dignitas is a quarterly periodical published by The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity.
2022 Beijing Olympics: Politicizing the Olympic Games (February 16, 2022)
Surveillance and Silence at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics (February 3, 2022)
2022 Winter Olympics: Security Vulnerabilities in the MY2022 App (January 28, 2022)
Xi’an Lockdown: Beijing Continues to Pursue “Zero-Covid” (January 20, 2022)
China’s Internet: The Biggest Influencer Is the State (January 10, 2022)
Endeavors, Spring 2022 Issue: “Learning from Dora and Diego” (page 17)–Dual language kids’ TV programs can be an effective teaching tool, professors’ study finds.
Endeavors, Spring 2022 Issue: “Steering Past Trouble” (page 32)–TCU professor profile on using trust-based interventions to help troubled youth.
TCU Magazine, Spring 2022 Issue: “Lessons from a Bird’s Brain” (page 18) –From Endeavors Spring 2021 “Sing Like a Bird”
Endeavors, Spring 2021 Issue: “Turning Over a New Leaf in Energy” — Professor profile on how photosynthesis inspires solar photovoltaic cell design
Endeavors, Spring 2021 Issue: “Sing Like a Bird” — Professor profile on research examining how a finch singing may lead to therapies for people who struggle with language
Endeavors, Spring 2020 Issue: “Stopping the Flu Virus” — Professor profile on research modeling the flu virus
Spring 2019 Issue: “Our Uneasy Tranquility” — American’s use of anti-anxiety medication has skyrocketed. Should we be worried?
The Sick & the Tired: Pandemic Fatigue & the Hard Work of Compassion Biohazards, Salvo Issue #59, Winter 2021
Unplanned Demography: The Grim Realities of China’s Eugenics & Population Control Biohazards, Salvo Issue #58, Fall 2021
Gone Girls: India Is Missing 13.5 Million from Sex-Selective Abortion, Casualty Report, Salvo Issue #58, Fall 2021
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