Scientific Programme

Co-Chairs: Prof. Tomáš Zima & Prof. David N. Weisstub


Moderators: Tomas Zima, David N. Weisstub, Otto Lesch & George Woods


Day 1: June 4, 2020

Patriotic Hall, 1st Floor

13:00

REGISTRATION

15:00–17:00

Opening Speech

The Ethics of Medical Research

David Novak, University of Toronto

Genopolitics

Jonathan Moreno, University of Pennsylvania

The Ethics Police?: The Future of Research Ethics Committees

Robert Klitzman, Columbia University

Research Ethics Governance of Health Research in Europe: Quo Vadis?

Edward Dove, University of Edinburgh

17:00–17:30

COFFEE BREAK

Research Ethics in Australia: History, Comparison and Critique

Karolyn White, Macquarie University

Two Concepts of Vulnerability of Research Subjects

Pawel Lukow, University of Warsaw

18:30

CELEBRATORY TOAST



Day 2: June 5, 2020

Patriotic Hall, 1st Floor

9:00–11:00

Social Advocacy in Medical Research

Craig Konnoth, University of Colorado

Centring the Human Subject: Catalyzing Change in Ethics and Dementia Research

Susan Cox, University of British Columbia

Gloria Puurveen, University of British Columbia

Ethical Issues in Neuroscience Research

Walter Glannon, University of Calgary

Technology, Neuroscience, and Behavior Modification

Laurence Tancredi, New York University School of Medicine

11:00–11:30

COFFEE BREAK

11:30–12:30

Justifying Constraints in Suicide Research

Brian Mishara, University of Quebec in Montreal

David N. Weisstub, International Academy of Law and Mental Health

Biomedical Ethics and Prediction of Terrorism

David Shapiro, Nova Southeastern University

12:30–14:00

LUNCH

14:00–15:30

Ethical Biomedical Research with PTSD

Lenore Walker, Nova Southeastern University

Sacrificing to the Posthuman Gods: Research Ethics in the Age of Technological

Innovation

Jeffrey Bishop, Saint Louis University

The Ethics of Trust and Trustworthiness

Jan Payne, Charles University

15:30–16:00

COFFEE BREAK

16:00–17:30

Medical Research Ethics in France

Christian Hervé, University René Descartes, Paris V (Sorbonne)

Improving the Quality and Standard of Healthcare for Persons with Disabilities: Navigating Competing Interests in Medical Innovation

Cameron Stewart, University of Sydney

George Tomossy, Macquarie University

An Aspirational Code of Conduct for Life Scientists: Debates at Meetings of the

Biological Weapons Convention, 2002 - 2019

Malcolm Dando, University of Bradford

Day 3: June 6, 2020

Patriotic Hall, 1st Floor

9:00–10:30

Gauges for Appropriate Allocation of Finances in Research

Tomas Zima, Charles University

Pavel Martasek, Charles University

Are Marketing Unproven Stem Cell Interventions Addressing Patients’ Unmet Needs or Adding to a Global Health Threat

Zubin Master, Mayo Clinic

Kirstin Matthews, Rice University

The Place of Digital and Artificial Intelligence in Medical Research

Anne-Marie Duguet, University of Toulouse-Paul Sabatier

10:30–11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00–12:10

How Risky Can Biomedical Research Be?

Joanna Rozynska, University of Warsaw

Reciprocity, Solidarity and the Governance of Genomic Biobank Research in Africa

Ciara Staunton, Middlesex University

Closing Remarks


The official language of the conference is English.



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