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    Education: Advanced European bioethics course: 'Human Genomics and Medical Technology'
    Submitted by Simone naber; posted on Tuesday, December 11, 2012

    DATES: March 18-21, 2013
    LOCALE: Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, the Netherlands

    The key-note lecture will be held by Tsjalling Swierstra, Professor of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University.
    During the course the relation between technology and (medical) ethics will be studied. Focus of the course are the moral problems generated by the research and development and application of new knowledge in a range of emerging fields such as tissue engineering and genomics. The implications give rise to new images of the human being and shift common understanding of health and disease.

    Topics are, amongst others, research ethics, screening and testing from clinical perspective, Health Technology Assessment, translational medicine and storage and analysis of (genetic) data and social aspects and effects of developments in medical technology.

    For more information and registration, consult our website:, under Intensive courses or contact Simone Naber: s.naber[at] Tel: [0031](0)24-3613359/[0031](0)24-3615320.

    The intensive course Human Genomics and Medical Technology is part of the post-initial Erasmus Mundus Master of Bioethics program.

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