From the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference:
The 2011 National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference hosted at Duke University, March 18-20, 2011 is right around the corner. We hope you are considering coming to hear the great speakers and meet students from all over the country who are interested in bioethics! We are covering a broad range of bioethical issues personalized medicine and genomics and in global health. We are excited to have recently received so many great abstracts for student presentations and have just posted the ones we accepted on our website.
There is still time to sign up to as a team to participate in the Bioethics Bowl. Deadline is February 18.
REGISTER SOON TO GET THE BEST RATE: (FYI, the registration fee includes all meals from the Friday opening reception through lunch on Sunday, except for Saturday’s “dinner on your own.”)
Early registration fee, by Friday, February 18: $75
Registration fee Saturday, February 19-Friday, March 11: $95
Finally, check out the growing list of exciting speakers--physicians, scholars in medicine and public health, ethicists! We recently added author of Experimental Man, David Ewing Duncan, and TV medical drama writer Larry Kaplow from House!
For information about the conference and to register, visit our website.
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Duke Undergraduate Bioethics Society
Sponsored by the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities; Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation; Duke University: Duke Global Health Institute, Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy, Kenan Institute for Ethics, Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities & History of Medicine, Office of Undergraduate Education, Department of Philosophy, Duke Student Affairs; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: UNC Center for Bioethics, Parr Center for Ethics