Stem Cells: Saving Lives or Crossing Lines, Part III: Avenues of Advancement

Carnegie Institute of Washington
Washington, D.C.

The use of embryonic stem cells in research has become a highly complicated and politically charged issue. This conference will discuss the complexities of the research policy in the United States and examine future policy alternatives by looking at initiatives outside the country. The goal is to introduce a new and more effective dialogue regarding safeguards against reproductive cloning and other unethical practices while advancing research. This conference is the third major stem cell conference in the Baker Institute's Science and Technology Policy Program's Series, Stem Cells: Saving Lives or Crossing Lines.

This event has been co-organized by the Baker Institute for Public Policy and
Carnegie Institution of Washington

Support for this program has been generously provided by the Richard Lounsbery Foundation,
The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, and Texas Tech Health Science Center


Other Events in the "Stem Cells: Saving Lines or Crossing Lines" Series:

Part I: Inaugural Event

Part II: Lessons Learned

Part IV: Qatar Stem Cell Workshop

Part V: Texas-U.K. Collaboration

Speaker Neal Lane

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Tue, Oct. 24, 2006
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago