Making the Cut | Session 4: Concluding Discussion

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Making the Cut | Session 4: Concluding Discussion || Radcliffe Institute

The 2019 Radcliffe Institute science symposium is on gene editing, a technology that enables scientists to change an organism’s DNA. Leading international scientists, clinicians, and ethicists gather to explore case studies of particular gene therapies and consider the legal and bioethical implications of this research.

SESSION 4: CONCLUDING DISCUSSION

Concluding discussion with session moderators, moderated by Sharon Begley, senior writer, science and discovery, STAT

Omar Abudayyeh, fellow, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT

Pilar N. Ossorio, professor of law and bioethics, University of Wisconsin Law School; inaugural bioethics scholar in residence, Morgridge Institute for Research

Charmaine DM Royal, associate professor of African & African American studies, biology, global health, and family medicine & community health, Duke University

AUDIENCE Q&A (
32:50)

CLOSING REMARKS (
43:44)
Immaculata De Vivo, life sciences advisor, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study; professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School; and professor of epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health