Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) Vol 13 (4) July 2003
ISSN 1173-2571, Copyright 2003 (All rights reserved, for commercial
reproductions but access open for personal use).
Journal of the Asian Bioethics Association (ABA) and
IUBS Bioethics Program
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pp. 152-158 Go to EJAIB July 2003 News
Topical list of News in Bioethics and Biotechnology
List is complete since 1991 in over 30 topics. News from 1991-1993 are in the
OLD news files, and from 1994 in the NEW files.
Page, and titles of papers
125-127 Ethical considerations in the HapMap project: An insider's
personal view -Darryl Macer
127-130 Provisions For Review of Genetic Research in Japan - Takashi Tsuchiya
130-134 The Status of Ethics Committees in Japan - Yasuko Shirai
134-135 Let's Stop Bashing Japan: Commentary on Tsuchiya, Sass,
Thomas, Nie & Tsuneishi - Frank J. Leavitt
135-136 Bioethics and Human Mental Mapping: Are Ideas Finite or Infinite - Irina Pollard
136-137 Human mental working and "Yoga" - K.K. Verma
137-139 Attitudes of Brazilian undergraduate students towards genetic
engineering and genetically engineered products - Ekkehard Hansen and Laureni Aparecida Nascimento
139-142 Medical student narratives for understanding Disease and social
order in the third world - R. Biswas, B. Dhakal, GR Dhakal, R N Das, and JS Nagra
142-143 SARS as an ethical test - James Dwyer
143-147 Clinical Ethical Discussion 2: Should a physician withdraw ventilation
support from a patient with respiratory failure when the patient
prefers not to undergo tracheotomy? - Seiji Bito, Kazuki Chiba, and Atsushi Asai
147-151 Ethics in questionnaire-based research - Atsushi Asai, Takeo Nakayama
Human behaviourome project, ABA Membership, IAB Genetics Network 158
Conferences, EJAIB editorial board 159
Human Behaviourome Project
There is a very active discussion on the Internet listserve. All Emails are open for viewing at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/behaviourome
Contact: Darryl Macer. New members include:
Robert Vancott; Landscape Ecology; USA.
Francisco IbáĖez González; Product and Marketing Manager; Mexico.
Dirk Collins; Father, husband, technican, artist, and writer; USA.
Dr Konstantinos N. Fountoulakis; Psychiatry; Greece.
Vinod Scaria; Cyberethics,Bioethics,Medical Ethics; India.
Persons who want to confirm their membership of the ABA must send their completed membership form and fees to the secretary if your name does not appear in the list below, Darryl Macer, (by Email, fax or airmail).
Paid up members of ABA for 2003 (new from last list):
Change of address: Dr. Noritoshi TANIDA
Professor and Chaiman, Department of Medical Humanities,
Yamaguchi University School of Medicine,
1-1-1 Minami-Kogushi, Ube, Yamaguchi 755-8505, Japan
Dr. Lim Yang Mooi
Senior Lecturer , CB division , TARC , Malaysia
& Bioethics Network: On-line The complete address list is updated on the
Internet. Send all changes to Darryl Macer. Membership of the network is not
restricted to members of IAB, but open to all. Those persons who are not paying
subscription to EJAIB, or granted a
waiver, however, will not receive EJAIB, the official journal of the IAB Genetics Network.
Recent changes include:
Dr Badaruddin Abbasi
Director Incharge, National Research Institute of Fertility Care, WHO, FHI, Collaborative Research Centre in Reproductive Health,
Ministry of Population Welfare. Government of Pakistan.
ST-13, 14, Block-1 Scheme-5 Clifton Karachi Pakistan.
Researcher, Department of Law, EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE, Villa Schifanoia, Via Boccaccio 121
I-50133 Florence, ITALY
Issues of genetic privacy and genetic discrimination, of ownership of genetic information, of commodification of genetic information in employment and insurance contexts...
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