Ongoing Clinical and Research Ethics Challenges in the Pandemic

Date: Tuesday, August 11th, 2020
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Webcast Only

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Meeting ID: 968 6877 5455
Panelists:

Rohit Gupta
UCSF Chief Biobank Officer

Edward Kuczynski, MA
Director, UCSF Human Research Protection Program

Vanessa Ridley, JD, MPH
Chief UCSF Health Compliance Officer, and Chief Privacy Officer

Moderated by Barbara Koenig, PhD
Director, UCSF Bioethics

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised numerous clinical, public health, and research, both clinical and bench, ethics questions. This panel will review some of the ongoing research ethics questions including balancing patient privacy with public health needs, the use of biospecimens for research and surveillance, and balancing safety and speed in clinical research.

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