Research Ethics and Policy Series (REPS)
REPS lectures usually occur on the first Monday of every month, 12-1p Eastern via Zoom. Lectures are often recorded and included in the list below. For more information about REPS, please contact Mary Pham.
- 10/4/21, What just happened? The strange tale of the FDA’s approval of aducanumab for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
- 6/7/21, Recruitment of Underrepresented Minorities to Cancer Clinical Trials
- 4/5/21, The Sustained Aeration of Infant Lung RCT: Balancing
Ethics and the Need for Evidence
- 2/1/21, Chasing My Cure: Self-experimentation and Rare
- 1/11/21, Using Nudges to Improve the Delivery of Health Care
- 12/7/20, Research and Rapidly Evolving Care During a Pandemic
- 11/2/20, Ethical Issues in Intraoperative Neuroscience Studies: Assessing Subjects’ Recall of Informed Consent and Motivations for Participation
- 10/5/20, Using Laboratory Studies to Inform Tobacco Control and Policy
- 6/1/20, Articulating and Measuring the Value of Patient Engagement in Research
- 3/2/20, What Expanded Access and Right To Try Can and Cannot Do
- 2/3/20, Ethical Issues in the Design and Conduct of Community-based Research
- 1/6/20, The Ethics of Genomics Research Involving Indigenous Populations in Africa
- 12/2/19, Defining and Advancing IRB Quality and Effectiveness
- 10/7/19, Gene Editing and Geopolitics
- 6/3/19, Consent for Clinical Research in Emergency settings: Patient-Centered or Pointless?
Ethics, Policy, and COVID-19
Unprecedented times demand expertise to inform decisions, guide behavior, and shape disrupted business practices. Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy faculty and colleagues present their latest work in brief videos and articles. Learn more and find other videos and resources here.
Penn Bioethics Seminar Series (PBS)