Gene editing technology like CRISPR may have potential to treat diseases, but does editing future generations go too far? Join renowned bioethicist Françoise Baylis, reproductive justice activist Nourbese Flint, and disability rights scholar and activist Karen Nakamura for a conversation about the serious societal and ethical implications of human gene editing in the context of assisted reproductive technology. This free, online discussion will be moderated by Osagie Obasogie, professor of law and bioethics at UC Berkeley.

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Related Publication: Engineering for Perfection: The False Promises of Gene Editing in Assisted Reproduction


Françoise Baylis, NTE: Impact Ethics, Dalhousie University
Nourbese Flint, Reproductive Justice Activist
Karen Nakamura, Chair of OBI Disability Studies Cluster, UC Berkeley
Osagie Obasogie, Chair of OBI Diversity & Health Disparities Cluster, UC Berkeley

Publication authors

Meghna Mukherjee, Ph.D. Candidate at UC Berkeley, Sociology 
Nairi Shirinian

This event will include live captioning on this page in the box directly under the video.

This event is being co-hosted by the Othering & Belonging Institute and the Center for Genetics and Society.