‘When is it ethical to carry out medical research in developing countries?’

A guest lecture by Professor Michael Parker, Professor of Bioethics and Director of the Ethox Centre at the University of Oxford.

Thursday 18th April 2013
5:30pm reception, 6:00pm lecture.
Sunley Conference Centre.

Hosted by the School of Health, University of Northampton.

R.S.V.P. by Thursday 11th April 2013 to Karen Haines on 01604 892373 or at karen.haines@northampton.ac.uk.

Biography
Michael Parker is Professor of Bioethics and Director of the Ethox Centre at the University of Oxford. His main research interest is in the ethics of collaborative global health research. Together with partners at the Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes (MOPs) in Viet Nam, Malawi, Thailand-Laos, Kenya, and South Africa he co-ordinates the Global Health Bioethics Network. Michael also leads the ethics programme of the Malaria Genomic Epidemiology Network (MalariaGEN). Michael’s other main research interest is in the ethical aspects of the clinical use of genetics.

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