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In a Lab Pushing the Boundaries of Biology, An Embedded Ethicist Keeps Scientists in Check

Jeantine Lunshof insists she is not the “ethics police.” It says so on the door to her closet-sized office at Harvard. She doesn’t find reasons to reflexively shut down experiments. She doesn’t snoop around for deviations from ethical guidelines. But when scientists discuss their research in the twice-weekly lab meetings she attends, “I will say, hmm, that raises some good questions,” Lunshof said

Source: Bioethics Bulletin by the Berman Institute of Bioethics.

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