Charlotte's Bioethics Series: A Framework for Ethics Standards for Independent Researchers and Community Groups
The UNC Charlotte Center for Professional and Applied Ethics presents A Framework for Collectively-Defined Ethics Standards for Independent Researchers and Community Bio Groups featuring Alex Pearlman, M.A. Pearlman is a journalist, bioethicist, and Research Affiliate of the MIT Media Lab Community Biotechnology Initiative.
This virtual seminar is part of the Bioethics Resource Network's 2020-20201 series, Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research.
About the series: Because citizen science often works outside of institutional channels, it frequently faces difficulties when it intersects with institutional structures, disproportionately hurting minoritized communities and those not traditionally served by academic and institutional research models. In this series, we explore this intersection with an aim of understanding how community participation can be made more equitable and just.
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Live, virtual event to be held on the Zoom platform. Registered attendees will receive a link to the virtual event.