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#crispr #genetics #stanforduniversity #invitrogametogenesis #dna #geneticeditingHenry T. (Hank) Greely specializes in the ethical, legal, and social implications of new biomedical technologies, particularly those related to genetics, assisted reproduction, neuroscience, or stem cell research. He is a founder and immediate past president of the International Neuroethics Society; a member of the Multi-Council Working Group of the NIH’s BRAIN Initiative, whose Neuroethics Working Group he co-chairs; chair of the Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues Committee of the Earth BioGenome Project; and chair of California’s Human Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee. He served as a member of the Committee on Science, Technology, and Law of the National Academies from 2013-2019; Neuroscience Forum of the Institute of Medicine from 2012-2019; as a member of the Advisory Council of the NIH’s National Institute for General Medical Sciences from 2013-2016; and from 2007-2010 as co-director of the Law and Neuroscience Project. Professor Greely chairs the steering committee for the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics and directs both the law school’s Center for Law and the Biosciences and the Stanford Program in Neuroscience and Society. Greely is also a professor (by courtesy) of genetics at Stanford School of Medicine. In 2007 Professor Greely was elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, received Stanford University’s Richard W. Lyman Award in 2013, and the Stanford Prize in Population Genetics and Society in 2017. He published The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction in 2016 plus CRISPR People: The Science and Ethics of Editing Humans. Before joining the Stanford Law School faculty in 1985, Greely was a partner at Tuttle & Taylor, served as a staff assistant to the secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy, and as special assistant to the general counsel of the U.S. Department of Defense. He served as a law clerk to Justice Potter Stewart of the U.S. Supreme Court and to Judge John Minor Wisdom of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. https://law.stanford.edu/directory/henry-t-greely/ https://twitter.com/hankgreelylsju Watch our highest viewed videos: 1-India;s 1st Quantum Computer- https://youtu.be/ldKFbHb8nvQ DR R VIJAYARAGHAVAN - PROF & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR AT TIFR 2-Breakthrough in Age Reversal- -https://youtu.be/214jry8z3d4 DR HAROLD KATCHER - CTO NUGENICS RESEARCH 3-Head of Artificial Intelligence-JIO - https://youtu.be/q2yR14rkmZQ Shailesh Kumar 4-STARTUP FROM INDIA AIMING FOR LEVEL 5 AUTONOMY - SANJEEV SHARMA CEO SWAAYATT ROBOTS -https://youtu.be/Wg7SqmIsSew 5-TRANSHUMANISM & THE FUTURE OF MANKIND - NATASHA VITA-MORE: HUMANITY PLUS -https://youtu.be/OUIJawwR4PY 6-MAN BEHIND GOOGLE QUANTUM SUPREMACY - JOHN MARTINIS -https://youtu.be/Y6ZaeNlVRsE 7-1000 KM RANGE ELECTRIC VEHICLES WITH ALUMINUM AIR FUEL BATTERIES - AKSHAY SINGHAL -https://youtu.be/cUp68Zt6yTI 8-Garima Bharadwaj Chief Strategist IoT & AI at Enlite Research -https://youtu.be/efu3zIhRxEY 9-BANKING 4.0 - BRETT KING FUTURIST, BESTSELLING AUTHOR & FOUNDER MOVEN -https://youtu.be/2bxHAai0UG0 10-E-VTOL & HYPERLOOP- FUTURE OF INDIA"S MOBILITY- SATYANARAYANA CHAKRAVARTHY -https://youtu.be/ZiK0EAelFYY 11-NON-INVASIVE BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE - KRISHNAN THYAGARAJAN -https://youtu.be/fFsGkyW3xc4 12-SATELLITES THE NEW MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR SPACE RACE - MAHESH MURTHY -https://youtu.be/UarOYOLUMGk Connect & Follow us at: https://in.linkedin.com/in/eddieavil https://twitter.com/intothechange
I can hardly believe I’ve been doing this podcast for more than 2 years and never had Hank Greely on before. Hank Greely is the Deane F. and Kate Edelman Johnson Professor of Law at Stanford University, and Director of the Center for Law and the Biosciences. When you want an opinion on anything at the intersection of law, policy, and bioethics, Hank is where you go. And I want an opinion on everything at the intersection of law, policy, and bioethics. Luckily, Hank’s new book, CRISPR People, brings him on the podcast today.
Hank Greely is a professor of law and a professor of genetics at Stanford University. He specialises in ethical, legal and social issues arising from advances in the biosciences, particularly from genetics, neuroscience and human...
In this interview, Don MacPherson is joined by Hank Greely, a specialist in the ethical, legal, and social implications of new biomedical technologies. They discuss the roles CRISPR, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), and in vitro fertilization will have on the future of reproduction. They also discuss the ethical questions that will accompany selecting specific characteristics for implanted embryos and the possibility of creating babies with superhuman capabilities.Hank Greely specializes in the ethical, legal, and social implications of new biomedical technologies, particularly those related to neuroscience, genetics, or stem cell research. Hank is a genetics professor at the Stanford School of Medicine, the Director of the Center for Law and the Biosciences, and the Chair of the Steering Committee of the Center for Biomedical Ethics.
Nikki Teran’s conversation with Stanford Law and Genetics Professor Hank Greely on the scientific, ethical, legal, and social considerations around immune certificates. Recorded on April 20. Read his piece in STAT here: https://www.statnews.com/2020/04/10/immunity-certificates-covid-19-practical-ethical-conundrums/
Episode 13: When Gene Editing Goes Too Far w/ Hank Greely
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Hank Greely, JD is a leading expert in law, and particularly its applications in scientific advancement, and the ethical concerns brought about by gene editing, specifically. Recent events, including the He Jiankui case, have captured international attention as the scientific community, national governments, and citizens of the world ask, “How far is too far?” when it comes to gene editing. Dr. Greely lends his insight into the case and shares the biggest lessons we can learn and apply to future advancements.
The Gene Edited Babies Saga - A Year Later with Hank Greely
On November 25th, 2018, the world was shocked to find out a Chinese scientist, He Jiankui, had edited the germline of twin girls-and the twins had been born. Many in the scientific community remember that Sunday afternoon well as the story broke on MIT's Tech Review, "EXCLUSIVE: Chinese scientists are creating CRISPR babies."Today’s guest can even tell you what he had for dinner that Sunday and just what was his reaction. "Holy Shit!"
CRISPR Gene Editing, Embryo Modification & Mind Reading Technologies with Stanford Law Ethicist Hank Greely
MIND & MACHINE: Science & Tech of Maximizing Human Capability
Today we explore CRISPR and gene editing, embryo selection vs embryo editing, parental vs societal needs, emerging mind-reading technologies, and the ethics surrounding all of these issues. August Bradley's guest is Hank Greely, a Stanford Law School professor specializing in the ethical, legal, and social implications of new biomedical technologies, particularly those related to genetics and neuroscience. Hank frequently serves as an advisor on policy issues — he's the chair of California’s Human Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee, a member of the Advisory Council on the NIH’s National Institute for General Medical Sciences, a member of the Committee on Science, Technology, and Law of the National Academies, and a member of the Neuroscience Forum at the Institute of Medicine. He chairs the steering committee for the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics and directs both the Stanford law school’s Center for Law and the Biosciences, and the Stanford Program in Neuroscience and Society. His book "The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction" gives us a look at the future of making babies through new technologies. Podcast Audio version at: http://mindandmachine.libsyn.com More on Hank Greely at: https://law.stanford.edu/directory/henry-t-greely/ https://profiles.stanford.edu/henry-greely Twitter: https://twitter.com/hankgreelylsju ____ More at: https://www.MindAndMachine.io
Skin-Derived Pluripotent Stem Cells and the Coming Revolution in Human Reproductive Technology—Hank Greely—Stanford University
When it comes to genetic engineering, induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS), and new reproductive technologies, a lot of progress has been made in recent years. New research pushing the boundaries of how we define, control, and treat biological entities and life itself is welcomed by some and a source of fear for others. As the Deane F. and Kate Edelman Johnson Professor of Law and professor by courtesy of genetics at Stanford University, Dr. Hank Greely’s work centers around the ethical, social, and legal implications of advances in the biosciences, and he joins the podcast today to discuss skin-derived pluripotent stem cells and what he sees as the coming revolution in human reproduction. It’s already been done in mice, and an attempt to do it using human cells might not be a far-off reality: the joining of sperm and egg cells developed from skin-derived induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS), and the consequent creation of healthy infants. For those couples who can’t have genetic children of their own due to infertility for any number of reasons, this new reproductive technology holds great promise. And according to Dr. Greely, the same might even be true for homosexual couples who have functional gametes, but only one kind. Dr. Greely is also the author of The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction, a book which details the many potential implications and possibilities that could arise in the very near future of human existence. Just imagine being able to thumb through a pamphlet with your significant other, deciding how to essentially “design” your future child and having the ability to choose embryos with the lowest chances of developing certain genetic diseases. Interested in learning more? Press play, find his book on Amazon and check out https://law.stanford.edu/directory/henry-t-greely/#slsnav-featured-video.