Programs and Resources
The Treuman Katz Center serves as a national resource, helping physicians, researchers and policymakers advance their knowledge of bioethics and navigate complex moral dilemmas.
Opel DJ. Physician, Patient, Parent: Where Exactly Is the Line? The Hastings Center Report. 2012; 4 (6): 14-18.
Kelley M, Edwards K, Starks H, Fullerton S, James R, Goering S, Holland S, Disis M, Burke W. Values in Translation: How Asking the Right Questions Can Move Translational Science Toward Greater Health Impact. Clin Trans Sci 2012; 5(6): 445–451.
The Committee for Pediatric Research, and the Committee on Bioethics (Diekema DS et al). Policy Statement: Human Embryonic Stem Cell (hESC) and Human Embryo Research. Pediatrics. 2012; 130(5): 972-977.
Tabor HK, Murray JC, Gammill HS, Kitzman JO, Snyder MW, Ventura M, Lewis AP, Qiu R, Simmons LE, Rubens CE, Santillan MK, Eichler EE, Cheng EY, Bamshad MJ, Shendure J. Non-invasive fetal genome sequencing: opportunities and challenges. Am J Med Genet A. 2012 Oct;158A(10):2382-4.
Rosenberg A. How They Do This. Journal of Clinical Oncology. Epub 2012 Sept 24.
Our bioethicists provide practical guidance to families, providers, researchers and policymakers about patient care, public health and research issues. Our consultation service is available to colleagues throughout Seattle Children’s and the University of Washington, and we offer informal advice to people at outside institutions. Learn more about our services.
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