- Bela Fishebyn – Alumna
The American Journal of Bioethics – March 18, 2015View Full Article
- Hui, K., Fisher, C. – Student
Journal of Medical Ethics – December 31, 2014View Full Article
Novel molecular interventions have recently shown the potential to erase, enhance and alter specific long-term memories. Unique features of this form of memory modification call for a close examination of its possible applications. While there have been discussions of the ethics of memory modification in the literature, molecular memory modification (MMM) can provide special insights.
- Castellanos, E., Bergstresser, S.M. – Student
4S Annual Meeting – November 28, 2014View Full Article
Sara May Bergstresser examines corn as a case study to illuminate the historical and cultural dimensions of environmental and technological dialogues in Latin America.
TinkerGone Viral: Diverging Threshold Tests for Analyzing School Regulation of Off-Campus Digital Student SpeechMarcus-Toll, D. – Student
Fordham Law Review – July 17, 2014View Full Article
Threshold tests (to determine whether to apply the substantial disruption test to off-campus student speech) that courts have developed neither safeguard the rights of students nor meet the needs of schools adequately.
In the Best Interest of the Child: Psychological and Ethical Reflections on Traditions, Contexts, and Perspectives in Pediatric Clinical GenomicsBush, L. – Student
The American Journal of Bioethics – March 4, 2014View Full Article
There is a disconnect between the best interests of a child and “tradition” in the context of pediatric genetic testing and sequencing.
- Peikoff, K. – Student
Cosmopolitan – February 26, 2014View Full Article
"Elizabeth Davis was bullied out of school, hid her condition from teenage dates, and struggled to keep up with her two children without the use of her legs. But a late-in-life diagnosis changed everything."