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This week’s Research Ethics Roundup covers President Trump’s call for removing a majority of FDA regulations, the argument for calling for efficacy data before human research begins, USDA’s decision to remove Animal Welfare Act records, and FDA’s case for conducting phase three testing. Read more


This week’s Research Ethics Roundup examines the case for sharing data from research with primates, what the new Common Rule looks like, successful Zika research enrollment numbers, and the debate over what the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) has achieved. Read more


This week’s Research Ethics Roundup reviews the complex issues surrounding clinical trials and infants, concerns about publications not including all of a study’s adverse events, and the vice president’s new “cancer moonshot” nonprofit. Read more


This week’s Research Ethics Roundup examines new international guidelines that focus on research in low-and middle-income countries, experts’ unease over increasing changes to the FDA’s mission, the academic debate over primate research, and what 21st Century Cures means for public health. Read more


This week’s Research Ethics Roundup reviews researchers’ efforts to learn about how traumatic brain injury affects women’s brains, the first CRISPR gene-editing human subjects trial, why patient groups object to changing FDA rules on off-label promotion, and scientists’ arguments for why living conditions for lab mice need to change.

brainWanted: Women’s Brains — to Jump-Start Lagging Research on Female Concussions: In this STAT News article, Usha Lee McFarling examines new efforts to collect data on the effects of traumatic injury on women’s [...] Read more