Talks

Upcoming Talks

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Selected Past Talks

August 25, 2022
“Epistemic Injustice and Informed Consent in Psychiatry”
34th Conference of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care (ESPMH) Diversity and Bioethics
Warsaw, Poland

June 15, 2022
“The Abusive Patient”
Translational Endocrinology Conference
Division of Endocrinology, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Virtual presentation, due to COVID-19

November 15, 2021
“Future Perfect? CRISPR and its Discontents”
World Philosophy Day
Mercy College
Virtual presentation, due to COVID-19
For a video recording of this presentation, please click here.

June 19-21, 2020
“Epistemic Injustice and Informed Consent in Psychiatry”
International Association of Bioethics World Congress of Bioethics (WCB)
Virtual presentation, due to COVID-19

October 10, 2019
“Problem Statement – Access/Equity/Affordability”
Gene Therapies – Bioethics Challenges and Solutions Closed Workshop
New York Academy of Sciences

November 2018
“Gene Drives and Genome Modification in Non-Human Animals”
Irish Philosophy Annual Conference on Themes from Ethics
In Conjunction with
UCD Centre for Ethics in Public Life
University College Dublin
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June 2018
“Gene Drives and Genome Modification in Non-Human Animals: A Concern for Informed Consent?”
International Bioethics Retreat
Columbia University Global Centers – Europe
Paris, France

April 2018
“Editing the Genome–How CRISPR/CAS9 is Changing the Game”
Philosophy in the Library: The Ethics of Emerging Technologies
Brooklyn Public Library
Brooklyn, NY

August 2017
“The Moralizing Effect: Self-Directed Emotions and Responsibility Attributions”
(with Elisabetta Sirgiovanni, Ben Abelson, and Taylor Webb)
25th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP)
Hertfordshire, UK

April 2017
“CRISPR/Cas9 – Novel Ethical Issues in Germline Modification”
Molecular Coevolution: Lessons from Pathogen-Immune System Interactions Workshop
Princeton Center for Theoretical Sciences
Princeton University

November 2015
“Panel V: Editing the Human Germline – The Promise and the Peril”
Advancing Ethical Research (AER) Annual Conference
Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) and Boston
University School of Medicine

Second photo credit: Ian Olasov

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