Public and Stakeholder Engagement in Developing Human Heritable Genome Editing Policies
This journal article explores why the public and stakeholders should help develop guidelines and policies governing scientific practices for controversial biomedical research issues, such as genetically editing human embryos.Read More
About the Program
We live in a world where the threat of another viral outbreak is real. This project examines how policies impact vaccine development and distribution.
Medicine, Research and Society Policy Issues Series
This series focuses on key issues at the intersection of science, medicine and policy.
EMERGE Internship Program
The Center for Health and Biosciences partners with Houston nonprofit EMERGE to offer students paid health policy research internships.
Center for Health and Biosciences
May 20, 2021Webinar — Regenerative Medicine: Proven Treatments, Unproven Treatments and the Policies That Promote Both Watch
Center for Health and Biosciences | August 20, 2020Genetic Research and Health Care
Center for Health and Biosciences | March 6, 2020Stem Cell Therapies 2020: Are We There Yet?
Center for Health and Biosciences | September 10, 2019Dr. John Mendelsohn’s Legacy and the Future of Cancer Research
Center for Health and Biosciences | January 16, 2019Texas’ Stem Cell Future: Accessing Outcome Data from Experimental Interventions
Center for Health and Biosciences | May 23, 2018Drawing the Line: Ethical, Policy and Scientific Perspectives on U.S. Embryo Research
Center for Health and Biosciences | October 4, 2017Charlie's Law: Increased Access to Stem Cell Interventions in Texas