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Robert Klitzman, Director of the Master of Science in Bioethics program, comments on why the timing is right, from the standpoint of advances in genetics, for a task force on personalized medicine.
Robert Klitzman, Director of the M.S. in Bioethics program, comments on the case in which one cardiac surgeon experimented on unsuspecting patients.
Joe Favorito, Director of Industry Relations and faculty for Columbia University’s Sports Management program, comments on the success of Mayweather Promotions, Floyd Mayweather’s boxing promotional company.
Robert Klitzman and Mark V. Sauer of the M.S. in Bioethics program discuss the possibility of misuse when it comes to genetically modifying babies.
Testing to screen embryos for gene mutations raises ethical issues, writes Robert Klitzman, Director of Columbia’s M.S. in Bioethics program. But the upside is that it can eliminate mutations that cause untreatable diseases.
Accompany, an e-commerce website dedicated to “ethical fashion,” sells handmade, one-of-a-kind items from low-income areas such as Nepal, Cambodia, and Kenya. The Huffington Post spoke with Jason Keehn, the CEO and Founder, and Columbia Bioethics master’s program alum, on how he got started, how he picks products, and what’s next.
Robert Klitzman, Director of Columbia’s M.S. in Bioethics program, joins Ed McCabe, Chief Medical Officer of the March of Dimes, and New York Times reporter Anne Eisenberg to talk about the ethical questions testing a newborn’s DNA raises for parents and doctors.
Even as quantitative analytic techniques become more powerful, they will never supplant the need for human intuition and creativity, writes Jeanne Harris, faculty for Columbia’s M.S. in Information and Knowledge Strategy program, in the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal.
Robert Klitzman, Program Director for Columbia’s Bioethics master’s program, comments on preimplantation genetic diagnosis used in conjunction with IVF.