Is it Ethical to Use Data from Nazi Experiments?

April 28, 2020
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

About this event

The Nuremberg Code was one of the first sets of guidelines for scientists on the ethical conduct of research. It was created as a result of the trials for doctors involved in gruesome Nazi experiments.

Mississippi State's Office of Research and Economic Development is sponsoring a free workshop that delves into this history and the ongoing debate as to whether data collected during these experiments should be used today. Ethical and scientific validity implications will be discussed during this interactive training session.

Responsible Conduct of Research credit will be given for attendance.

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Details

Type
Seminar
Location
Giles and ELI Electronic Classrooms on the first floor of Mitchell Memorial Library - 395 Hardy Road, Mississippi State, MS 39762
Contact Name
Lynn Taylor