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The Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences at Michigan State University has posted information about its 2011-12 Brown Bag/Webinar Series. All sessions take place 12-1 pm in C-102 East Fee Hall on the East Lansing campus.
Investigators Naomi Laventhal and Kathryn Moseley (with several other colleagues) have proposed to teach an elective for M2 students in the U-M Medical School this year. Titled, "Pediatric Ethics and Ethics Consultation," the elective will focus on the ethical issues surrounding the pediatric patient.
This National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)-funded study seeks to explore the mental conceptualizations of risk of dioxin-like compounds (DLCs) among residents in Midland/Saginaw (M/S), Michigan, who live in areas that have been exposed to DLCs.