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University of Colorado Denver

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Acknowledgment Mark Yarborough, Ph.D.
Professor and Director
Center for Bioethics and Humanities
University of Colorado Denver
Contacts Mark Yarborough, Ph.D.
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Materials Provided Course description (1-link)
Title BIOI 7605: Ethics for Bioinformaticians
Topics Description This course will familiarize students with ethical underpinnings of bioinformatics research. Students will gain a vocabulary and framework to recognize, discuss, and responsibly address basic ethics, principles, and guidelines for the ethical conduct of research. This web site has lots of links to peer reviewed articles and news articles that address many areas of Responsible Conduct of Research.
Keywords 13th Amendment; 23 Pairs of Human Chromosomes; 23andMe; 3 Types of Patents; Alzheimer’s; Beneficence; Biobank; Chromosome Transfer Techniques; Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI); Conditions; Conflicts of Interest; Copyrights; DeCODEme; Design; Dimond v. Chakrabarty; Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Genetics Testing; Disclosure; Diseases; Drug Samples; Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) 2008; Genetic Markers; Genetic Profile; Genetic Research; Genomes; GenoTyping?; Ghostwriting; Gifts; Healthcare Professionals; Honoraria; How IP Practices Influence Science; Human Cloning; Human Genome; Human-nonhuman chimeras; Industrial Representatives; Intellectual Property; International Ethical Guidelines for Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects; Justice; Law Covering Intellectual Property (IP); Meals; Medical Device Companies; Morality Doctrine; National Bioethics Advisory Committee (NBAC); Navigenics; Newman-Rifkin Applications; Nuremburg Code; Oncomouse; Patents; Personal Genome Project; Pharmaceutical Companies; Plant; Reporting Income from Drug Companies; Research Priorities; Roles of Scientific, Political and Industrial Actions; Saliva Sample; Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs); Technology Transfer Office; The Belmont Report; The Declaration of Helsinki; The Nuremberg Code; Traits; Transgenic Animals; Travel Stipends; Trust and Trustworthiness; United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO); Utility; Whistleblowing; Risk-Benefit Assessment; Basic Ethical Principles; Respect for Persons; Beneficence; Justice; Self-Determination; Do No Harm; Hippocratic Oath; Nazi Concentration Camps; Tuskegee Syphilis Study; a priori; Informed Consent; Comprehension; Voluntariness; Selection of Subjects
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Topic Conflicts of Interest and Commitment, Human Subjects, Animal Welfare, Research Misconduct, Publication Practices and Responsible Authorship, Collaborative Science, Course Syllabi, Other
Topic revision: r6 - 18 Aug 2011 - 16:50:04 - MaryBanach
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