Juila Inthorn joined CRB in February 2014 as guest researcher from the Department of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine, University Medical Center Göttingen. Her stay was two months research fellowship funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Julia Inthorn is part of Mind the Risk and an Associated Researcher at CRB. Her current research projects focus on genetic risk information and preconceptional genetic carrier screening. Her research interests are in the field of genetic testing and genetic screening, intercultural bioethics and empirical ethics. Julia Inthorn holds a master in Mathematics and a doctoral degree in Philosophy. She has also worked and published on ethical issues at the end of life, power and autonomy and biopolitics.
Managing genetic risk information
Research generates huge amounts of genetic information. How should we handle it? That is what we are trying to find out in a large international research project.
Julia Inthorn on the Ethics Blog
Genetic compatibility as a new dimension of partnership?
Source: juliainthorn 2014-04-09
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