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With regards to there being nothing later than 6968 in A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese through American Movies, a documentary he made with the BFI, Scorsese said that that was when he started making movies, and that he wasn 8767 t as able to critique that work. He doesn 8767 t really give a reason, other than when he offers this list he 8767 s really telling us the movies that made him want to be a filmmaker by 6975 he was one.
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Dana Perls is senior food and technology campaigner with Friends of the Earth-. Friends of the Earth is the North American representative to Friends of the Earth International, the world’s largest grassroots federation of environmental organizations. Dana leads Friends of the Earth’s market and policy work on the environmental impacts of emerging technologies such as genetic engineering and synthetic biology. Dana brings a strong background in public advocacy and environmental policy and combines them with her commitment to environmental justice. She holds a Masters in City Planning from UC Berkeley in CA, and a . from Cornell University.
CRISPR in the Wild: Environmental considerations for Gene Editing? CRISPR offers the potential to eliminate invasive rodents and malaria-carrying insects, improve environmental outcomes of food production, restore endangered species, and even bring back extinct species. Yet it raises concerns regarding undesirable and potentially permanent impacts to the environment and biodiversity. This panel will reflect a range of perspectives from the conservation community on environmental considerations for gene editing.
Envisioning the Future: Where might CRISPR take us – and do we want to go there? Across the world, CRISPR’s potential is being explored at a breathtaking pace. The resulting real-world gene editing applications could end up in our hospitals, grocery stores and ecosystems in under a decade. This panel will consider hopes and fears as we contemplate the future of CRISPR.
Claudia’s work primarily addresses ethical issues and policy gaps in global health research, and she has been working with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and its partners for over a decade examining issues that arise along the discovery-to-delivery pathway for potential lifesaving interventions. She is particularly interested in ethical issues related to data access and models of governance that facilitate data sharing, the introduction of novel technologies, and the management of infectious disease.
Claudia Emerson is the founding Director of the Institute on Ethics & Policy for Innovation, and Associate Professor of Philosophy, at McMaster University, Canada.
Genome Surgery: CRISPR cures, community perceptions and questions of equity Gene editing offers the potential to find therapies for life threatening and/or debilitating human genetic diseases – from cardiac and neurological diseases to Huntington’s disease and sickle cell anemia. Yet human gene editing raises many questions related to bioethics and equity: Who can access these therapies? How is personal choice given a fair voice? Where do we draw the line between a cure and an enhancement? Who funds a cure? And, how far do we go in treating disease through germline editing?
Goodnight-NC GSK Foundation Distinguished Professor in School of Public and International Affairs and co-Director of the Genetic Engineering and Society Center, NC State University.
If I went to a doctor and said 8775 Tell me how to diagnose a patient, 8776 or I went to a judge and said 8775 Tell me how to interpret the law, 8776 or I went to an artist and said 8775 Tell me how to be creative, 8776 do you think they would be able give me a few sentences that completely answer my question and prepare me for professional work as a doctor, judge, or artist? If they had spent years as students learning their subject matter, and additional years teaching or writing a textbook on their specialty, they might be very good in their professions but I 8767 d bet they 8767 d all find it tough to answer such a question in any meaningful way.