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The Institute for Medical Ethics and History of Medicine invites applications for Visiting Fellowships in Medical Ethics beginning in 2011 or later.  The fellowships are awarded to doctoral or post-doctoral researchers under the Institute's newly established International Visiting Fellowship Programme in Medical Ethics.  Applications are due by 1 June 2011.  For more information, go to

The third annual community-engaged research workshop, "Communication in Community-Engaged Research" is scheduled for October 27-28, 2011 and co-sponsored by the Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics (JERHRE), the Hobby Center for Public Policy, the University of Houston, Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R), and the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. 

For more information, see the conference announcement.   

Dr. Brian Zikmund-Fisher is an occasional contributor to U-M's Risk Science Center blog.  Click here to read his latest posting and to view other contributions.

Edward Goldman is a member of an NIH-funded working group focusing on promoting public dialogue regarding the creation of biorepositories and the use of residual newborn screening samples for research.  In January 2011, Goldman will speak to this group at its national meeting at the University of Utah.

Brian Zikmund-Fisher gave an oral presentation at The Forum 10 hosted by DMAA: The Care Continuum Alliance, Washington, DC.

As part of the Knowledge at Work 2010 seminar series sponsored by Zuyd University (The Netherlands), Dr. Raymond de Vries (together with colleagues Marianne Nieuwenhuize and Lisa Kane Low) gave a presentation entitled, "The Challenges and Necessity of International Midwifery Science."  Please click the link to view the presentation or copy and paste it into a new browser window (

For human-subjects research, maximum regulation does not mean maximum protection. Stop regulating minimal risk research, say Scott Kim, Peter Ubel and Raymond De Vries in their new commentary in Nature.


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