• Bioethicist Michele Goodwin on Organ Transplantation

Private Ordering and the Negotiation for Body Parts: Does Race Really Matter?

Noon - 2p.m.
Monday, Feb. 26, 2007
Suffolk University Law School, first-floor function room
120 Tremont St., Boston 

Suffolk University Health Law and Policy forum features Professor Michele Goodwin, DePaul College of Law.

Goodwin is a bioethicist who directs DePaul's top-ranked Health Law Institute, as well as the Center for the Study of Race & Bioethics. She regularly lectures internationally on topics of bioethics and biotechnology, including assisted reproductive technologies, mental health, stem cell manipulation, and organ transplantation.

The lecture is free and lunch will be served. Reservations required.


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