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Bioethics, Science, and Human Rights

Bioethics, Science, and Human Rights is a program designed to analyze and discuss the ethical, legal, and social issues surrounding biomedical research. The program is a collaboration between Fundacion Crimson, Case Western University, and Partners Harvard Medical International. It brings together students from the United States and Argentina to analyze the latest technological developments in the biomedical sciences field and their impact on the society. The discussions will revolve around the relation between biomedical research, ethics and human rights, and the collaborations between academia and companies with global presence, with an emphasis on the latest advances in genomics, public health, and forensics in an international set up.