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Lecture on ‘Bioethics and stem cell research in India’

Research Ethics Colloquium

 

The film from the QT panel of funding and academic organisations is now out, please find it here

A wonderful symposium event:  9 November 2015, University of Sussex

Have We Become Too Ethical? –
Managing Vulnerability in human subject research Read more …

 

9 June 2015 -Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Salla Sariola – ‘Research as Development?’
We are pleased to welcome Salla Sariola from Universiry of Oxford. Read more…

 

International Workshop 18-19 May, 2015

Patient Organisation Activism Around the World

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The REPORT on Global Life Science and Bionetworking: Cell Therapy Production, Provision and Policies is now available Find it here!

 

31 March 2015 -Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Ruth Holliday – ‘Brief Encounters: Assembling Cosmetic Surgery Tourism’
We are pleased to welcome Ruth Holliday from Universiry of Leeds. Read more…

 

 

marris 529 January, 2015 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Claire Marris – ‘Synthetic biology & global health:  How to move beyond the promises/perils framing? ‘
In the ninth lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we are pleased to welcome Claire Marris from King’s College London. Read more…

 

11-12 November, 2014 – Global Life Science and Bionetworking — Cell Therapy Production, Provision and Policies. Knowledge in the life sciences is increasingly influenced by the international contexts in which it is created . . . .  Read More . . .

 

24 October 2014 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Elisabeth Hsu – ‘Chinese Medicine in East Africa:  how trade relations affect medical practice ‘
In the eighth lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we are pleased to welcome Elisabeth Hsu from University of Oxford. Read more…

 

1st October 2014 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Adèle Langlois – ‘Negotiating Bioethics: Lifting the lid on the UNESCO Bioethics Programme (2004-2012)’
In the eighteth lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we are pleased to welcome Adèle Langlois  from University of Lincoln. Read more…

 

18th July 2014 – Genetics, Genomics and Global Health ~ Inequalities, Identities and Insecurities Annual Conference, University of Sussex
Scientific advances in our understanding of genetics and genomics may generate major improvements for human health in the coming decades.  Read More . . .

2nd July, 2014 – Centre for Bionetworking co-organises expert roundtable in New Delhi, “Patient Needs and Stem Cell Research”: While stem cell research is viewed as having huge potential to cures for currently terminal conditions, it also entails significant . . . Read more . . .

Colloquium on NIPT brings together European experts for discussion at University of Sussex —  16 JUNE 2014

European experts debate implications of new technologies for pre-natal testing.  At a colloquium organized by the Centre for Bionetworking, experts from across Europe explored the implications of non-invasive prenatal testing.Medical, legal and social science experts from across Europe have emphasised the need to consider the practical and ethical implications of a new form of prenatal screening for genetic . . .  Read more . . .

Disability Detection and Foetal Decision-Making through Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) – a colloquium 16 JUNE 2014

The Centre for Bionetworking is organising a two-part event on NIPT, starting with a colloquium in June 2014, followed by a conference in 2015.  Read more . . .

2nd June, 2014 – Panel successful: after the public debate on “Patient Needs and Stem Cell Research” in Seoul, South Korea

There is still a huge gap between patients’ expectations of the prospects for stem cell medicine, and the scientific understanding of current and potential future treatments, a University of Sussex event in South Korea has revealed..  Read more . . .

27th March, 2014 – Bionetworking Roundtable in Beijing, China

A ground-breaking roundtable in Beijing, China put ‘patient needs’ at the centre of the discussion on stem cell therapies as one solution among many. Read more . . . .

28th January 2014 – Bionetworking in Asia Public lecture Series –  Mitsuru Kudo – ‘Developing a model of public engagement with science, technology and innovation policy in Japan’.

In the seventh lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we are pleased to welcome Mitsuru Kudo from Kyoto University. Read more…

23rd January 2014 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Sorapop Kiatpongsan – ‘ Private stem cell banking: Medical services with ambiguous benefits’.  

In the sixth lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we are pleased to welcome Sorapop Kiatpongsan from Harvard University. Read more…

5th October 2013 – Centre for Bionetworking Workshop– ‘Patient needs and stem cell therapies’ – In Bangalore, India

In the first of four workshops to be held on the needs of patients in Asia, the Centre for Bionetworking organised a workshop in Bangalore, India. Read more…

 

DVD_cover_small_ps13th August 2013 – Centre for Bionetworking Public Event – Film screening of ‘Stem Cell Revolutions’ followed by Q&A session

The Centre for Bionetworking presents a film screening of the award winning film ‘Stem Cell Revolutions: Vision of the Future’ which will be followed by a Q&A session with an expert panel. Read more…

 

25th June 2013 – Centre for Bionetworking Public Event – Regulating ‘stem cell tourism’ in the UK and Asia: How do we move forward together?

The Centre for Bionetworking presents a public event, discussing the issues surrounding stem cell tourism in the UK and destination Asian countries. Read more…

 

13th May 2013 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series Mohan Rao:  ‘Surrogacy as empowerment: Reproductive labour as surplus in neoliberalism’.

In the fifth lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we are pleased to Welcome Mohan Roa from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Read more…

 

Bionetworking_in_Asia_team.kunming2nd – 5th of May 2013The Centre for Bionetworking co-organises unique workshop in China on genetics and ethnicity in Kunming, China

The Centre for Bionetworking and the Department of Anthropology at Sussex co-organised with Chinese and German partners the international Sigenet Workshop on Genetics and Race, which took place in Kunming from 3-5 May. Read more…

 

26th March 2013 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Achim Rosemann: ‘Regenerative medicine research as global collaborative project: opportunities, challenges, conflicts’.

In the fourth lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we are pleased to welcome Achim Rosemann, from the ESRC ‘Bionetworking in Asia’  research project. Read more…

27th February 2013 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series – Alex Faulkner:’Regenerative Medicine in Europe: political conflicts, economic biases and legal loopholes’

In the third lecture of the  Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we welcome Alex Faulkner from the Centre for Global health Policy. Read more…

 

 

4th October 2012 – Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture SeriesJoy Zhang: ‘China’s Bio-Governance: Imagined Cosmopolitan Communities

In the second lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we welcome Joy Zhang from the University of Kent. Read more…

 

19th April 2012 –  Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture SeriesDoug Sipp: ‘Clinical translation of stem cell research in Asia: Strides forward and missteps’

In the first lecture of the Bionetworking in Asia Public Lecture Series we welcome Doug Sipp, from the RIKEN Institutes, Japan. Read more…