Gene Editing in Search of an Ethic: Understanding the Relation between the Genome and the Person

November 7, 2017

T. Patrick Hill, an associate teaching professor in the Bloustein School’s public health program and a bioethicist and expert on the ethical trials and tribulations of the gene editing technique CRISPR-CAS9, has published a new article, “Gene Editing in Search of an Ethic: Understanding the Relation between the Genome and the Person,” discussing the ethical justification of gene editing.

Front Line Genomics, Fall 2017  (pdf)

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