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Genomic futures: Ethics in the age of next generation sequencing

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In this presentation, Dr Ainsley Newson will examine the ethics of genomic sequencing to consider how it should be used to benefit all Australians.

Event details

In this presentation on 4 September, Dr Ainsley Newson will examine the ethics of genomic sequencing to consider how it should be used to benefit all Australians.

Date
Thursday 4 September 2014
Time
5:15pm for a 5:30pm start
Venue
Tim Winton Lecture Theatre, Building 213, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley
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Dr Ainsley Newson is Senior Lecturer in Bioethics at the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine within The University of Sydney. Previously, Dr Newson lectured in Biomedical Ethics at the University of Bristol and was also a Research Fellow in Ethics and Genetics at Imperial College London. Ainsley has degree qualifications in Medical Ethics, Law and Science, from the University of Melbourne and her PhD research focussed on moral issues in behavioural genetic research and its applications.

Registrations

Please RSVP to (08) 9266 2563 or events@curtin.edu.au by Wednesday 27 August.

Parking

Parking is available in car park D3. Please enter via the Kent Street entrance and follow the signs.

Special requirements

If you have any special requirements to enable you to attend this event please advise when you RSVP. We will contact you to provide assistance. For more information, please see our disability services website.

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