The mission of the Bioethics Research Center is to support evidence-based ethics in health research and clinical practice.
Our mission is accomplished by conducting original research, and offering educational programs and consultations informed by critical reflection on the best available data.
Wednesday, August 26, 2020
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
WUSTL School of Medicine, Taylor Ave. Building
General Medical Sciences (GMS), Classrooms A&B, 1st floor
The BRC will determine the impact of returning genetic and imaging research results that indicate risk of Alzheimer Disease.
Original assessments and measures in the fields of bioethics and research ethics are available for educators and researchers using both fee-for-service and no-cost self-serve models.
The BRC will explore ethical and social issues to establish key clinical practices surrounding ApoL1 testing.
The BRC recently welcomes a new team member – a fellow, Elena Kraus, MD.
Bryan Sisk, MD, takes on a new BRC role on July 1st.