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Last approved: Fri, 19 Dec 2014 09:43:41 GMT

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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Biomedical Sciences (BMSC)
BMSC
6218
Ethics for Translational Sciences
Ethics-Translational Sciences
Fall 2015
2
Course Type
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

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permission of instructor
Corequisites
ANAT 6130 (Human Clinical Embryology), ANAT 6160 (Human Clinical Neuroanatomy), ANAT 6181 (Human Gross Anatomy), ANAT 6292 (Projects in Anatomical Sciences), ANAT 6150 (Human Clinical Microscopic Anatomy).
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Dr. Linda Werling
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Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
BMSC 8218 - Career Options in the Biomedical Sciences
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Ethical issues relevant to the design and conduct of translational research, such as data management, human-based research, conflict of interest, and responsible use of animals. Students debate contemporary cases on ethical issues related to translational sciences and write in-depth analyses on ethical issues in human genome research, stem cell research, and clinical research involving children.

Uploaded a Course Syllabus
This course is tailored to graduate students that have been enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Anatomical and Translational Sciences. Therefore, this course will meet the academic needs of those students by emphasizing ethical issues specific to clinical and translational sciences involving human-based research and human genomic technologies
Course Attribute
CCAS - Professional

palumboj (Thu, 18 Sep 2014 13:07:23 GMT): Rollback: Please attach a syllabus. Sometimes syllabi won't attach from firefox.
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