Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics & Ethics, University of Brighton, with the support of Brighton & Sussex Medical School and LABTEC
Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 July 2012: Brighton
A two-day workshop bringing together colleagues in regenerative medicine and in medical- and bioethics to analyse bioethical issues in the field of tissue/organ replacement or regeneration – i.e. regenerative medicine – where clinical treatments involve the use of medical devices, artificial materials and stem cells (in relation only to cells harvested from adult donors, not from embryos).
For the full call for papers please see the CAPPE website.
Please send 300-word abstracts addressing these and/or related issues by 28 May 2012 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Moral Philosophy
Director, Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics & Ethics
University of Brighton
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