the editor, Prof. Darryl Macer
Director, Eubios Ethics Institute,
c/o Center for Ethics of Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
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Note that EJAIB is independent of UNESCO.
1. EJAIB is the official journal of the Asian Bioethics Association (ABA).
2. To publish research papers, and relevant news, and letters, on topics within Asian Bioethics, promoting research in bioethics in the Asian region, and contributing to the interchange of ideas within and between Asia and global international bioethics. Asia is defined for the general purposes of this journal as the geographical area, including the Far East, China, South East Asia, Oceania, the Indian subcontinent, the Islamic world and Israel.
3. To pay particular attention to issues raised by genetic and reproductive technology, and other news for the International Association of Bioethics Genetics Network. To publish on such topics, promoting international debate.
4. To review and update news and trends in bioethics from around the world. Bioethics is broadly defined as life ethics, including both medical and environmental ethics, and environmental, ethical, legal and social issues arising from biotechnology.
5. To promote scientific responsibility, in cooperation with the UNESCO Asia-Pacific School of Ethics (UNESCO Bangkok).
Editor-in-chief: Darryl Macer (Eubios Ethics Institute; UNU-IAS)
Associate Editor: Jayapaul Azariah (Founding President, All India Association of Bioethics)
Associate Editor: Masahiro Morioka (Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan)
Akira Akabayashi (Japan), Angeles Tan Alora (Philippines), Atsushi Asai (Japan), Alireza Bagheri (Iran), Gerhold Becker (Hong Kong), Hasna Begum (Bangladesh), Minakshi Bhardwaj (UK), Christian Byk (IALES; France), Napat Chaipraditkul (Thailand),Ken Daniels (New Zealand), Leonardo de Castro (The Philippines), Ole Doering (Germany), Thomas Gionis (USA), Dena Hsin (Taiwan), Sawa Kato (Thailand), Rihito Kimura (Japan), Abby Lippman (Canada), Margaret Lock (Canada), Nobuko Yasuhara Macer (Eubios Ethics Institute), Ravichandran Moorthy (Malaysia), Anwar Nasim (Pakistan), Mary Ann Chen Ng (Philippines/USA), Jing-Bao Nie (China, New Zealand), Pinit Ratanakul (Thailand), Qiu Ren Zong (China), Hyakudai Sakamoto (Japan), Sang-yong Song (Republic of Korea), Noritoshi Tanida (Japan), Ananya Tritipthumrongchok (Thailand), Yanguang Wang (China), Daniel Wikler (USA), Jeong Ro Yoon (Republic of Korea).
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