Peter Dabrock Chair of National German Ethics Council and Dr Matthias Braum visiting GHSM March 15th: “The Fragility of Public Trust in Scientific Research: The Case of Genome Editing”

We are delighted to invite you to a talk by Professor Peter Dabrock, chair of the National German Ethics Council (http://www.ethikrat.org), and Dr Matthias Braun at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen Nuremberg on the topic of:
“The Fragility of Public Trust in Scientific Research: The Case of Genome Editing”
The talk will take place on Wednesday 15 March from 3-5pm at Strand Campus, K0.16
dabrock-imagePeter Dabrock, Prof. Dr. theol., is Professor of Systematic Theology/Ethics at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg and Chair of the German Ethics Council. From 2011 until 2016 he was also member of the “European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies”. His research focusses on Concrete Ethics from a Protestant perspective, Foundational Theology and Bioethics as theologically based Social Ethics (with special regard to health care, human genomics, synthetic biology, big data and biobanks). http://www.ethik.theologie.uni-erlangen.de/en/systematic_theology/chair.html
 
Matthias Braun, Dr. theol., is assistant Professor at the Chair of Systematic Theology II (Ethics), Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. His research focuses on theological, philosophical and socio-political concepts in emerging biotechnologies at the science-society interface (with special regard to synthetic biology, stem cell research and big-data medicine), and on concepts of recognition and vulnerability and its implications on ethics. http://www.ethik.theologie.uni-erlangen.de/de/lehrstuhl/mitarbeitende-wiss/braun.html
All welcome – no need to RSVP!
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