by Sylvia Baedorf Kassis, MPH
Happy New Year! Although one of the characteristics of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese Zodiac, is supposedly a decrease in rules and regulations, I don’t see any shortage of discussion of research ethics and regulations in my future.
In fact, since my return from the Read more
By Courtney Jarboe, PRIM&R Blog Squad
PRIM&R is pleased to bring you blog posts from the PRIM&R Blog Squad during the 2010 Advancing Ethical Research Conference. The PRIM&R Blog Squad will be blogging every day from the conference, so continue to check [...] Read more
Based on Amazon’s unanimous decision, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks has won the top spot on their “Best Books of 2010” list.
Written by PRIM&R’s 2010 Advancing Ethical Research Conference keynote speaker Rebecca Skloot, this work explores the life of a woman named Henrietta Lacks, who died of cervical cancer, but whose cells live on. A sample of Lacks' tissue was taken without [...] Read more
PRIM&R is looking forward to hearing Rebecca Skloot, author of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, deliver a keynote address and facilitate a book group luncheon at the 2010 AER Conference. Rebecca's book continues to receive praise, such as this post, reprinted from the Our Bodies, Ourselves blog.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
by Rachel Walden
by Erica Heath, 2009 Advancing Ethical Research Conference Faculty Member
Late—very late—one recent night I finished Rebecca Skloot’s fascinating new book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta [...] Read more