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Department Events

Brown Bags

Brown Bag talks take place at Noon on Fridays. A schedule of upcoming History of Science Brown Bags can be viewed on the History Department Events web page.


September 23 (Friday) at 3:45 pm

Colloquium: Professor Susan Lawrence, Ohio State University
“Privacy, Research Ethics and the Dead.”

Location: 976 Memorial Library (Special Collections).

Co-hosted by the UW Medical History and Bioethics and History of Science departments. Additional funding provided by the University Lectures Knapp Fund.
September 30 (Friday) at 3:45 pm

Colloquium: Professor John Evans, UCSD
“What is a Human? Public Views and the Impact on Human Rights.” (talk abstract)

Location: 976 Memorial Library (Special Collections)
October 25 (Tuesday) at Noon

Talk: Jonathan Kimmelman, Associate Professor, Biomedical Ethics, McGill University
“How to Succeed With Failing in Translational Research.” (talk abstract)

Sponsored by UW Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center, cosponsored by Medical History and Bioethics Department.

Location: Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (WID), 330 N. Orchard St. (map)
October 25 (Tuesday) at 4:00 pm

Talk: Jonathan Kimmelman, Associate Professor, Biomedical Ethics, McGill University
“Ethics and the Efficiency of Clinical Development in Cancer.” (talk abstract)

Sponsored by UW Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center, cosponsored by Medical History and Bioethics Department.

Location: 1210 Medical Sciences Center
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