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12
Jul2013

by Maeve Luthin, JD, Professional Development Manager

Catch up on the events of the past two weeks in the research ethics world! Whether you read this edition right away or save the stories for later, spend some time learning about what your colleagues have been up to.

Unlikely Partners: The New York TimesRead more

28
Jun2013

by Maeve Luthin, JD, project coordinator

Take a few moments to catch up the latest news in research ethics! Whether you work in animal care and use or human subjects protections, this week’s edition has something for you!

Super Sugar Keeps Naked Mole Rats Cancer-Free: Researchers have discovered that naked [...] Read more

15
Jun2013

by Maeve Luthin, JD, Project Coordinator

It’s your favorite time of the week again! Take a few minutes to catch up with the research ethics world by reading through this edition of our Research Ethics Roundup.

US  Regulator Plans to Declare Research Chimps Endangered: The US Fish and Wildlife Service Read more

2
May2013

Hopefully April showers have brought you May flowers! We’ve done some weeding ourselves and have found some articles of interest for this week’s edition of our Research Ethics Roundup.

NIH Stops HIV Vaccine Trial: The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases halted its HVTN 505 study, the largest HIV vaccine study of its kind, after an independent monitoring board found during a routine interim [...] Read more

28
Mar2013

by Amy Davis , Senior Director for Programs and Publications

During the final series of breakout sessions at the 2013 IACUC Conference there was a discussion of the Implementation of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report on the Use of Chimpanzees in Biomedical and Behavioral ResearchHope Ferdowsian, MD, MPH, moderated the discussion [...] Read more